Ed. note: Today’s post is a guest submission by friend of the blog and local political observer Paul M. Gardner. Almost a year before June’s Democratic primary Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake endorsed Anthony Brown for governor. Before the race had a chance to begin, before the first debate, before a single policy announcement, and even before […]
We can’t be right all the time.
Tonight’s the fourth Wednesday in October and that means that it’s once again time for the regular meeting of Baltimore’s Chapter of Drinking Liberally. For those not familiar DL is an informal group of Liberals and Progressives that meets twice monthly at Dougherty’s in Mount Vernon to have a few beers and chat about issues […]
It was unfortunate to hear in yesterday’s news that Santoni’s supermarket is closing up after 83 years in business. Growing up near Dundalk, about halfway between two Santoni’s locations, it was a regular stop for the Chop’s family growing up (although not as regular as Mars). We’ve got those old blue collar roots, and when […]
Despite what the phony hand-wringing moralizers among us say about how the government shutdown hurts everybody and there are real human consequences and veterans and cancer patients and little children yadda yadda and “there are no winners” well that’s bullshit. At the end of the day, like it or not, one side will win and […]