Monthly Archives: December 2012

The Baltimore Spectator hearing

Today I witnessed the very lively Baltimore Spectator hearing. The judge did not grant Frank James MacArthur bail so he is still in jail. Before you read my summary of events I want you to check out some links to … Continue reading

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Before the hearing with local goofs Shorty the toilet guy and Tom Kiefaber

The hearing did not go very well for the Spectator today. I will write about it in my next post, but first I want to get the pre-hearing story out of the way so it does not distract from the … Continue reading

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Reminder: The Baltimore Spectator hearing will take place tomorrow morning

The Baltimore Spectator Habeas Corpus hearingĀ  will take place tomorrow morning (8:30AM) in the Mitchell Court House (room 215). I will be there if all goes according to plan. Delegate Jill Carter will be representing James MacArthur and hopefully he … Continue reading

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Public agencies are a joke and they need to be eliminated

Last week I read about two disgraceful examples of Baltimore area government waste. These two pitiful situations solidify my strong dislike for our bloated and unnecessary public bureaucracy. Government is a parasite that only wants to grow in order to … Continue reading

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James MacArthur hearing date and update

The Baltimore Spectator Saga continues, but next week you will be able to make a difference. Delegate Jill Carter is his lawyer and she has announced that his Habeas Corpus hearing date is December 28th at 8:30 AM in the … Continue reading

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Another example of why Baltimore’s current arena does not need to be replaced

In the recent past I have strongly argued for keeping our current arena. A new arena would be an unnecessary and expensive project that Baltimore can’t afford. The current arena makes a profit and brings all sorts of events to … Continue reading

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Update on the Baltimore Spectator/James MacArthur situation

My friend and fellow blogger James MacArthur is still in prison after his legendary police standoff which can still be heard on his page. The Maryland case search lists January 4, 2013 as the day of MacArthur’s preliminary hearing on … Continue reading

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