Category Archives: Collectives

BGE’s monopoly isn’t the only way to meet our energy needs

This was originally published in the Baltimore Sun after it magically appeared recently. One commenter writes “Watching the water leak and the possible few days before we even find out what exactly is going on, City Officials words not mine … Continue reading

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2013 and a newfound hope

With the new year, I wanted to have a optimistic approach to the coming year. Activism in Maryland’s most populous city will continue with talking in the city’s collective-owned shops, the energy of protest based in the city’s rich history … Continue reading

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A new blog, a new beginning

For a long time, I had a blog called Sunshine Politics where I tried to “show all that happens in Maryland in an even light” and “question what is said by the government,” challenging others to do the same. Then, … Continue reading

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