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O’Malley launches White House bid amidst poverty in his backyard

Former Governor Martin O’Malley’s presidential announcement Saturday in upscale Federal Hill starkly contrasted the People’s BBQ for the Homeless behind St. Vincent DePaul’s Roman Catholic Church on Front Street that occurred less than two miles away. The attendees at the events were polar opposites. O’Malley’s supporters […]

O’Malley launches White House bid amidst poverty in his backyard

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Former Governor Martin O’Malley’s presidential announcement Saturday in upscale Federal Hill starkly contrasted the People’s BBQ for the Homeless behind St. Vincent DePaul’s Roman Catholic Church on Front Street that occurred less than two miles away. The attendees at the events were polar opposites. O’Malley’s supporters […]

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Businesses should follow CVS and reinvest in Baltimore

CVS Health revealed plans this week to rebuild two Baltimore stores destroyed during last week’s riots that rocked the city and prompted the National Guard to be called up for a

Baltimore Riots: Blame Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

Baltimore was on fire Monday night,  following the worst riots Charm City had seen since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in April 1968. That criminals used Freddie

Hillary’s candidacy resurrects possibility of undesirable duo back in White House

The Clintons are back. Although, they never really left. America’s foremost power-couple have arguably been planning for this day since leaving the White House in January 2001. Blueprints for the former first

Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff keeps tracking down war criminals

The Baltimore Post-Examiner interviewed Efraim Zuroff, Director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Israel office & Eastern European Affairs division and Coordinator for Nazi crimes research worldwide. Zuroff, American by

Tobacco whistleblower Jeffrey Wigand goes on the record about ‘The Insider’

Baltimore Post-Examiner interviewed Jeffrey S. Wigand P.h. D., former Vice President of Research & Development for Brown & Williamson (Reynolds American Inc.) from 1989-93.  Today, Wigand, 72, teaches and lectures around the world and

Illegal Immigration: Tom Tancredo discusses his Congressional career

Baltimore Post-Examiner interviewed former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo of Colorado. Tancredo, an outspoken opponent of both illegal and [increased] legal immigration, briefly sought the GOP presidential nomination in 2008. He

Hitler admirer Alexander Lukashenko fools European leaders

French President Hollande, Germany’s Angela Merkel, Ukraine’s Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin met in Minsk and reached an agreement Thursday aimed at halting violence between Ukraine and Russian-supplied rebels in

Ukraine should be armed

The White House is contemplating stepping up aid to Ukrainian military forces in light of pro-Moscow separatist advances in eastern provinces bordering Russia. Proposals include arming Ukrainian units with: anti-armor

Auschwitz Remembered: 70th anniversary of camp’s liberation

Young survivors at the camp, liberated by the Red Army in January 1945. (Wikipedia) Seventy-years ago today Russian troops liberated Auschwitz-Nazi Germany’s largest death camp where an estimated 1.1 million

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