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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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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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Where have the posts been, man?

Well, I’ve got to say I’ve been busy in recent days with a bunch of stuff through the whole semester. I’ve been thinking of doing a bunch of stuff, maybe making a human rights abuses by mayors (here and here), … Continue reading

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Maryland’s legislative assault: more for the one percent, less for you

I’ve written before about how Senator David Brinkley and Delegate Kelly Schultz introduced companion bills in each house lower corporate income tax rates by 2.25 percent. I noted that over 35% of these sponsors were connected to the business-friendly ALEC. … Continue reading

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Is Mary Pat Clarke a savior?

I remember back to what Howard Zinn wrote in 1999 in the Chapter titled The Coming Revolt of the Guards of A People’s History of the United States. He said: “All these histories of this country centered on the Founding … Continue reading

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A view from Federal Hill

Editor’s note: Like the piece published by Willliam Domhoff, this selection is from the last chapter of The Baltimore Book: New Views of Local History by Elizabeth Fee, Linda Shopes and Linda Zeidman which was published in 1991. While this … Continue reading

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City reserves right to clear homeless camps before residents are resettled

Residents of this encampment, two blocks from City Hall, have been notified that they will be evicted when the Farmers’ Market reopens next month. Photo by: Mark Reutter A Brew Exclusive: We publish the city’s policy on when and how … Continue reading

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