Monthly Archives: June 2013

Updates on the next month

I just wanted to tell the readers of this blog that I’ll be busy in the next two weeks. I’ll try to publish as many posts as I can but it will be hard. After that I’ll be on vacation. … Continue reading

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Free Chelsea at the corporate-sponsored pride march? UPDATED

Recently on the site of Occupy Baltimore, it asked people to join the Baltimore pride march, demanding that Chelsea Manning be freed. However, I smell something sinister about this march, which I thoroughly investigated. Recently, I published an article about … Continue reading

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Who is running for Governor?

Editor’s Note: To be clear. All of these people are complete and utter assholes, like all politicians. This post is NOT an endorsement of any of these candidates, and in fact it is meant to show why all of these … Continue reading

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Huge handout to a wealthy Baltimorean corporation?

Six letters to the Baltimore Sun say this to be the case (here, here, here, here, here and here). This follows the reprinted stuff from The Baltimore Book I reprinted on this blog. See the following letters: Harbor Point’s $107 … Continue reading

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Defending St. Mary’s and liberal arts education

Editor’s note: This letter was published by the Baltimore Sun as well. (More letters about St. Mary’s here, here, here, here, here, and here among others. Also one paragraph has a strikethrough in it because St. Mary’s is a more … Continue reading

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Free Chelsea Manning! A protest at Ft. Meade UPDATED

(Picture from inside a “Bradley (now named Chelsea) Manning Bus”) It was the march back at a protest at Ft. Meade. I shouted “Free Bradley Manning!” (now Chelsea) with my hands cupped around my mouth. It seemed everyone was too … Continue reading

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