Update: Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle: Annapolis, Morgan State
Legislative activities, dealing with black youth charged as adults more than white youth, sentencing disparities Read in Full >>
Legislation In The State of Maryland is Thursday, January 19, 2012 - 5 to 9 pm :: Annapolis
Lucas is the CEO of Digita All Systems and President of the Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce Read in Full >>
City of Bowie SPEAKS OUT: Governor's Redistricting Hearing, Annapolis, 12.22.11
City of Bowie expresses concerns about map before Gov. Martin O'Malley, Sen. Mike Miller, and Del. Michael Busch Read in Full >>
Del. Nat Oaks Hosts 50th ... Again!
41st district hosts one of the meanest fundraisers each year at Bay Cafe. New politicos ought take note. In his words, "This is how we do it!" Read in Full >>
Special Session '11: State Senator Alex Mooney :: Redistricting from Republican Perspective
Republican leader suggests Governor is trying to "slip" redistricting by legislators, citizens; questions constitutionality of Gov.'s map Read in Full >>
Guest Editorial: By Hassan Giordano, Examiner.com: Mayoral Debate Heats Up As Mayor Compares Challengers with Tea Party Republicans
This was of course another Baltimore City Mayoral Debate – the third in over a week – each garnering hundreds of viewers, both physically in the location as well as listeners over the WEAA airwaves. However, one thing that remained constant about last night’s debate is what has become the norm amongst every other mayoral political debate or forum - except one; the charter-appointed Mayor was not in attendance to defend her 18-month old record - or to lay out her vision for another four years if elected by the people. Read in Full >>
COUNTDOWN TO SEPT. 13th: Delegate Barabara Robinson
Delegate from the 40th discusses upcoming election, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, redistricting, black agenda Read in Full >>
The Glover Report: BALTIMORE: Where Black Political Power Isn’t Parlayed on Behalf of the Community ::
I guess if it’s not nouveau riche it’s nouveau politique!
This once nice person becomes transformed into a sort of demagogue. The problem then becomes whether or not this person’s moral compass is left intact such that they can find their way to the parking lot.
In other words, will the black agenda remain near and dear to their heart … like they said when they first came to us for our vote? Or, will they become consumed by the elitism of public office where suddenly they have a new crew of ‘friends’?
Remember, though : We put them in office, and we can take them out! Read in Full >>
Otis Rolley, Candidate for Mayor, Speaks on Peter O'Malley
O'Malley is new Chief of Staff for Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Read in Full >>
Del. Jill P. Carter Comments on Governor's brother, Peter O'Malley
Del. Carter gives some insight on the Mayor Rawlings-Blake's latest political move Read in Full >>
BMORENEWS.com: The Latest BTV Video News Reports (Thru 4.10.11)
Have you missed the latest news video updates from BMORENEWS.com? Fear not! This page features the likes of Marsha Jews, TheNFLChick.com, Anthony McCarthy, Councilman Bobby Curran, Toi Barnhardt, and much more! Read in Full >>
Editorial: Maryland’s MBE Contracting Rules are about to Change
The State of Maryland Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) protocol is poised to change this year should Senate Bill 782 and House Bill 1071 past General Assembly muster and Governor Martin O’Malley signs them into law. Since 1978 Maryland has operated its procurement of goods and services under MBE inclusion. To some, those who believe in open inclusion of multi-billions of dollars spent by the state each year the MBE program is a vast source of pride but for others it is believed to be anti-capitalism, cumbersome, and lost revenue when one is regulated to subcontract out work that can all be performed in house. All that and more will change when the current MBE program sun sets on July 1, 2011. Read in Full >>