Monthly Archives: October 2012

The new arena for Baltimore story has crept back into the news again

The latest “New Arena Story” came out today. In honor of this somewhat common and annoying occurrence I have decided to reprint an article I first published two years ago. It is as true as it ever was: “The new arena … Continue reading

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Five purged from the Baltimore public defender’s office while Elijah Cummings’ brother keeps his job there

Page Croyder is back and she goes where no mainstream Baltimore media personality will go: The Public Defender’s Purge I know Page Croyder and she is a straight shooter. What she says should be taken very seriously: “Wolfe purged only … Continue reading

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Baltimore voters can prevent our undeserving leaders from having a FIVE year term- Vote against Question K

Did you know that in two weeks Baltimore citizens will most likely extend their leaders current terms (which should end in 2015) until 2016? You probably have not heard of Question K: “Question K Charter Amendment Municipal Elections Resolution No. … Continue reading

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Vote No On Question 7 people canvassing on Garrison Boulevard

This afternoon I happened to be jogging on Garrison Boulevard south of Liberty Heights near the library (across the street from where my father grew up) while two women with red “Vote No On Question 7” shirts walked by with … Continue reading

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Local news priorities

In a city where an injured Ray Lewis is the most important “news story” according to most mainstream news sources…. This guy set up a pile of junk, turned it into a shelter, and slept on the 700 block of … Continue reading

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Illegal immigration themed TV ad debuts in Baltimore- Is this related to Question 4?

Last night at 6:29 I was waiting for the national news to come on channel 2 when a commercial caught my eye. Here is what I saw: I was surprised and I thought that this was some indirect attempt to … Continue reading

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Press release from Council President Jack Young says Governor O’Malley’s priorities are misguided

On Sunday morning I was shocked to find an official city email in my inbox that started out like this: “FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lester Davis Sunday, October 07, 2012 410-396-4804 (office) 443-835-0784 (mobile) CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT SAYS GOVERNOR O’MALLEY’S … Continue reading

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