Last night I and a friend travelled to Rockville, MD for a meeting of “Help Save Maryland” an organization that is definitely going places. Director Brad Botwin describes the organization, born in Montgomery County but spreading rapidly throughout Maryland, on its website as follows:
Help Save Maryland.com is a grassroots organization dedicated to preserving Maryland’s counties, cities and towns from the negative effects of illegal aliens.
Participants in the meeting, held at the Rockville Library, heard a presentation on what citizens could do about illegal immigrant problems they face from Joe Beahn of the Baltimore office of the US Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Enthusiastic attendees kept Mr. Beahn answering questions well beyond the official end of the meeting.
For more information and how to join “Help Save Maryland” go here. Botwin described plans in the works for joint efforts involving grassroots activists in Virginia and Washington, DC to join with Maryland to seek help from Judicial Watch:
……a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation, promotes transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law.
Judicial Watch fulfills its educational mission through litigation, investigations and public outreach.
Coincidentally, we learned that a fantastic national website called Illegal Alien Activity Tracking System (IAATS) is published right here in our own back yard, Washington County. You have to see this!