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*The title refers to the statement made by Congressman Ruppersburger (officially as a statement of the committee he leads) that the conviction of whistleblower Chelsea (then Bradley) Manning: “Justice has been served today. PFC Manning harmed our national security, violated … Continue reading
The recent Sun editorial regarding Baltimore’s budget sounded like it was written at City Hall—the story of the heartfelt push by the city government to reform itself into a positive middle-class builder (“Building a middle class,” June 19). It’s really … Continue reading
Today I went down to the country’s largest art festival in Baltimore. It was deathly hot, meaning my cold water turned all warm. Everyone seemed to be selling something. There was police presence just about everywhere. This even included a … Continue reading
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
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
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