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Bill Clinton

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  • We Gave Peace A Chance

    We Gave Peace A Chance
    Fourteen days in July By Lewis Schrager Directed by Barry Feinstein Presented by the Theatrical Mining Company through August 31 The Camp David summit in the summer of 2000 has become a major talking point in the never-ending debate about the...
  • Real News Network plants roots-and tackles the "media desert"- in Baltimore

    Real News Network plants roots-and tackles the "media desert"- in Baltimore
    It was Reagan who lied to us first. The "us" is a room of about 30 people, overwhelmingly of the Millennial set. We're gathered in Highlandtown listening to a panel of CEOs, nonprofit founders, artists, and students talk about what they're doing to...
  • The Dealer Returns

    The Dealer Returns
    By the time he was in his mid-20s in the early 1990s, Fred Douglas Brooks III claimed he was one of Baltimore’s biggest heroin dealers, using 50 aliases as he sat atop an organization with 30-plus employees and drug ties in 17 countries. Later, in...
  • Dixon Stays

    Why just exist when you can be mayor? | Image by CP Digicam The notice of the press conference came less than an hour before the appointed time, 3 p.m., and the TV stations were all going live with it. A reporter could be forgiven for thinking something...
  • Dave Zirin Presents Not Just a Game at 2640 Space March 29

    Dave Zirin isn't just another opinionated sports journalist and radio personality. The New York City native is the sports editor at The Nation, a magazine that takes its contemporary political discussion as seriously as the University of Texas and...
  • Tripped up: Federal indictment dropped against accused gun-seller due to police breaking Maryland wiretap laws

    Remember Linda Tripp? She was the former Pentagon employee who befriended Monica Lewinsky, then-President Bill Clinton's paramour, and proceeded to secretly record telephone calls with Lewinsky that detailed her sexual escapades with Clinton. In 1998,...
  • If there's a bogey to blame, it appears to be a political class, liberal and conservative.

    Inequality for All Directed by Jacob Kornbluth Opens at the Charles Oct. 4 If you get their rocks off being talked to about the struggles of the working class and yelling at Fox News show hosts, consider Inequality for All, a 90-minute documentary...
  • Come forth, ye leaking taxable bag of pigeon poop, and identify your hypocritical self.

    I've not followed the governor race, but from the way the long knives are out for our attorney general ("Baltimore City Power Rankings," Mobtown Beat, Oct. 30), it's clear Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler must be doing something right. The teen-...
  • Nine reasons the rich get richer thanks to U.S. tax policy

    For three decades we have conducted a massive economic experiment, testing a theory known as supply side economics. The theory goes like this: Lower tax rates will encourage more investment, which in turn will mean more jobs and greater prosperity-so much...
  • Saint or Sinner?

    Saint or Sinner?
    One summer in the early 1990s, as I settled into my job as a reporter for the Hartford, Conn., Advocate, the Hartford City Council took a junket to Baltimore to observe the wonders of the Inner Harbor. All returned pleased by the spectacle, and...
  • The top earners are willing to blow up the house rather than have Obama touch their golden goose, the capital gains tax.

    Lately, when I end up in the inevitable political argument, I am often confronted with the phrase, “It’s all about the spending!” Like Barack Obama went on some sort of profligate spending spree since he got into office, compared to...
  • Barack Obama nowadays quotes Ronald Reagan the way Ronald Reagan used to quote Franklin Delano Roosevelt, which makes one wonder, why does a Democrat have to sound like a Republican lately?

    A friend of mine recently opined that next year for the first time, he’ll be voting for a Republican for president. He plans to vote for Barack Obama. The joke here is that President Obama is in reality governing somewhere in the Richard Nixon...