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Baltimore property tax plans: Nick Mosby gives numbers while Carl Stokes is vague

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Most Baltimore politicians are out of touch and we should never rely on them to solve our problems

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Why are Baltimore taxpayers now paying $2.2 million for new speed cameras that will steal even more money from them?

The Baltimore Brew is reporting that Baltimore’s board of estimates has agreed to pay half the cost of 72 new city speed cameras. The new provider (the original cameras were faulty and sent out tickets to numerous people who did … 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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No tax breaks for casino operators

Over a week ago I received two identical political mailings in a five day period. The mailer is printed on thick paper and is full color, extra long, and folded. On one side in large red print it says: “Do … Continue reading

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Bottle tax thoughts

This article was originally going to be about the “STOP THE BALTIMORE BEVERAGE TAX” leaflet/postage paid postcards that  I saw in front of just about every house in Hampden on Sunday. The anti-bottle tax people clearly had some money to … Continue reading

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I predicted the 7% sales tax three years ago

Our governor brought up the possibility of a 7% sales tax in Maryland. The Sun covers the story here. Most of the comments left under the article are not in favor of the increase. Many people seemed shocked. I wonder … Continue reading

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