Monthly Archives: May 2013

Business-friendly means favoring big corporations

Note: This was originally sent to the publication of the Green Party (U.S.) called Green Pages. The article has been slightly changed as it is being published on this blog. On April 9th, The Daily Record, a conservative tabloid owned … Continue reading

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The “greatest city in America” shrouded by poverty

(A quote from the Dark Knight Rises) Last week before I went to my volunteer job I decided to walk around. As chance would have it, I ran into a homeless middle-aged black woman, who had some front teeth missing. … Continue reading

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A march against Monsanto in Maryland

In the gearing up to the march against Monsanto yesterday I found one place in the Baltimore area, the suburb of Hunt Valley. I had already watched a 2004 documentary created by Morgan Spurlock on the subject, the Future of … Continue reading

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Power corrupts…and corporations corrupt through sponsorship

There are some “well-respected” institutions in Maryland that must be examined because of their record of corporate sponsorship. These include the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, the Maryland Humanities Council and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Maryland Humanities Council This … Continue reading

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Moving stuff over (it took hours to copy this over)

Since my tumblr account is going to close because Yahoo! bought tumblr, I thought I might as well move over the revelant stuff to this blog. This starts with articles from Sunshine Politics (was sunpol.tumblr.com). All links to Sunshine Politics … Continue reading

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Some important letters

In lieu of a post on issues concerning Maryland I wanted to post some letters, specifically form letters, I found in my collection of stuff from Maryland politicians. Not all the letters are completely true in facts, so judge them … Continue reading

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Is a good deed enough?

This week I’ve been writing some articles and doing some other stuff. Yesterday, my dad and I were going around Towson, the capital of Baltimore County, and there was an elderly white lady on the sidewalk with a shopping cart. … Continue reading

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