Monthly Archives: April 2013

Giving protesters Balt. Sun badmouthed a voice

For a good amount of time, I had some trust in the Baltimore Sun…until the past year especially with the possible buying of the Tribune Company (which owns the Sun) by billionaire bandits, the Koch Brothers, who have deformed the … Continue reading

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Where have the posts been, man?

Well, I’ve got to say I’ve been busy in recent days with a bunch of stuff through the whole semester. I’ve been thinking of doing a bunch of stuff, maybe making a human rights abuses by mayors (here and here), … Continue reading

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Baltimore City favors developers over people

Once again, the city government is ready to give developers a big tax break. This follows the continuing failure of downtown redevelopment in places like Inner Harbor.  Mayor Stephanie Failings-Blake is back at it again. Baltimore Brew recently reported that … Continue reading

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Reflecting on the Maryland legislative session

I have been following this years legislative session more than sessions of others. I used a number of different sources to see the full picture of what happened. I start with a letter sent by President Joesph Urgo to St. … Continue reading

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Protesting zero dark thirty

This weekend I engaged in a silent protest of Zero Dark Thirty at my school. The first day of protest I didn’t really know what I was doing, and it didn’t work out as I planned. But I did talk … Continue reading

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The Maryland Plutocratic Institute

Today, I was just doing along looking up stuff for my ethics paper and I found something startling. It was on the page of Source Watch and I found a group called the Maryland Policy Institute or MPPI. I call … Continue reading

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Has the Maryland corporate assault succeeded?

Well, the little rascals in the Maryland General Assembly that I wrote about some time ago; have tomorrow to pass their bills that help corporations (at minimum). Unfortunately one of these bills has already succeeded with the passage of the … Continue reading

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