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Baltimore Comptroller Joan Pratt drives while using her cell phone?

Many elected officials are so power hungry that they feel they do not have to follow their own laws. On Friday I noticed the following in my Facebook feed: Local political activist Brian Vaeth noticed Joan Pratt (and her phone) … Continue reading

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The Baltimore plastic bag ban, corrupt police/city workers, and the Serial Podcast

Listen to the Serial Podcast here.

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Hampden’s Christmas light threat is awesome!

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Man shoots another man in the face during attempted puppy robbery

From: MAJOR IAN DOMBROSKI “On Wednesday at about noon a man tried to rob another man of his puppy in the 800 block of East Patapsco Avenue in Brooklyn . The victim did not relinquish the puppy and the robber … Continue reading

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Recent violence in Baltimore is not an excuse to clamp down on guns and worship the government

Excuses excuses! Too many guns, too many drugs, too much poverty, not enough rec centers. You have heard it all before. This week you are hearing it all again because Baltimore has experienced yet another embarrassing spike in violence.  Guess … Continue reading

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We are a week away from the Baltimore Spectator trial and prison news and updates are floating all over the place

Frank James MacArthur AKA the Baltimore Spectator is scheduled to have his day in court on May 8th.  A few weeks ago I received a letter from MacArthur. The Spectator is keeping his spirits up despite some prison conditions that … Continue reading

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A cool liquor license map and a Baltimore native on MSNBC

The liquor stores on this map of Baltimore are probably doomed. Read more about the fate of the non-conforming class A liquor licenses here. In totally unrelated news a Baltimore native and fellow Friends School graduate named Ryan Anderson appeared … Continue reading

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