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What the Light Rail Lobby doesn’t want you to know

A small group of determined activists organized into three citizen advocacy groups and stood up to the power of the General Assembly and Baltimore County’s Rehabilitation and Redevelopment Commission. Criticizing the “Commission’s arbitrary condemnation rights…the pressures on small businesses to … Continue reading

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Baltimore protests a war in Syria

It all started at 3:45 on a sweltering day. Throughout the morning, I had been researching for my article about Syria [which I’ve now finished] and in the time leading up to my departure from my parent’s house in the … Continue reading

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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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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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The BGE Tapes

As my youtube account is barraged with copyright infringement requests, it is necessary to post the recordings I made of a meeting moderated by Senator Brochin on 11/28/11. It was about BGE’s response to Hurricane Irene.  I am putting these … Continue reading

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The shameless destruction of Camp 83

Early in the morning on March 8th, city workers dissembled the homeless camp called Camp 83. Afterwards as Nathan Grant noted on twitter, “thecity of Baltimore has erected a fence where #Camp83 once stood”: http://t.co/igq1V1k2KO This is completely and utterly … Continue reading

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Looking at Wal-Mart and protests against it

After reading an article in The Dagger about how Wal-Mart doesn’t care about those that are protesting against it, saying they don’t matter. The Dagger reports that “Wal-Mart on Friday submitted revised plans to county officials for a proposed Bel … Continue reading

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