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Eliminating the root cause of Baltimore and Maryland violence and demoralization: Fatherlessness

Maryland Reporter | Opinion By Tyrone Keys and Richard E. Vatz

Maryland and Baltimore have a terrible problem of violence and intimidation, and their root cause is not drugs, police corruption and incompetence or poverty.


Ben is Jealous -- Hogan Plus 20

Small consolation for conservatives in Maryland though, the legislature and judiciary are wholly controlled by the extreme left. Albeit, Hogan has done some good work, he is an anomaly. He runs deftly down the middle. Maryland will never be balanced until the legislature itself becomes less liberal totalitarian. More, I don't know, representative. Maybe States should adopt an Electoral College process on a state level to prevent hellholes like Baltimore City, Chicago, New York, or LA and overpopulated sanctuary counties from swaying elections with stupid like Cuomo, that idiot in California or the socialist that may destroy Florida in the near future. Just maybe, almost every state in the republic could see a conservative Governor. Even in the bluest of states. 

Musk gets OK to begin digging for Hyperloop project in Maryland

No comments on benefits to taxpayers with lease agreements for boring holes on public lands by a for-profit company with a history of pilfering tax dollars for suspect grand ideas.

Boondoggle -- Proposed Baltimore-to-D.C. Maglev Train Would Cost as Much as Building 1,500 Miles of Highway

15083317512625High-speed rail boondoggles aren't just for California anymore.

Football's decline has some high schools disbanding teams

ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (AP) -- On a cool and rainy afternoon during the first week of classes at Centennial High School in this well-to-do Baltimore suburb, about 50 members of the boys' cross-country team sauntered across the parking lot for their after-school run.

College Park progressives fail to follow rules forced to cancel jubilee

1060x600 cbeee05a35b6a0203e6208752684c2c1Washington Examiner by Caitlin Yilek

Non-U.S. citizens won't be allowed to vote on local matters in College Park, Md., despite city council officials voting in favor of a proposal that would have allowed it earlier this week.

Cowards Trash a 106-Year-Old Francis Scott Key Statue In Baltimore

MRCTV by Brittany M. Hughes

But of course, a basic understanding of history or modern property rights was too much to ask of whoever tagged the Baltimore statue.


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