Tag Archives: O’Malley

A radical’s perspective on CCAN’s stop at St. Mary’s College

At PowerShift which I wrote about on October 27th, CCAN was talking about a whole new threat: a liquified natural gas export facility in Maryland. I had done some research into this myself, and I found out: There is already … Continue reading

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The Corporatist Bay Foundation?

One of the biggest lobbies for the Chesapeake Bay, and a huge environmental non-profit in Maryland has great appeal. This article investigates that non-profit, called the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) that says they are “saving the bay through education, advocacy, … 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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Article against Exelon Merger

Originally posted on Beyond the Barricade:
I recently read in The Daily Record an article which brought some ideas to my mind. The article noted that “Baltimore’s design review panel Thursday gave a preliminary thumbs up to a design for…

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Has O’Malley been corrupted?

I come back to Governor Martin O’Malley who is widely praised this year but well, has some problems. I wrote about this back in 2011 on Sunshine Politics where I noted the following: “In 2011, Governor Martin O’Malley of Maryland proposed a … Continue reading

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Break up the Exelon bohemoth!

I recently read in The Daily Record an article which brought some ideas to my mind. The article noted that “Baltimore’s design review panel Thursday gave a preliminary thumbs up to a design for a sleek, glass, brick and metal … Continue reading

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