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We became keenly aware of the threat of bigness per se when we were told that our government allotted $700 billion to keep afloat several huge financial firms. We then were told that Wal-Mart is about to build four more mammoth stores around Washington,...
Associated PressA third former employee considered filing a workplace complaint against Herman Cain over what she considered aggressive and unwanted behavior when she and Cain, now a Republican presidential candidate, worked together during the late 1990s, the woman told...
Multimedia JournalistOne of the realities of political campaigns in our times is campaign signs. They're everywhere; on poles and in yards; you simply can't miss them. The Virginia Department of Transportation has 8,000 miles of roadways, in our area. Besides mowing and...
Democracy has been called a government of laws, not of men; but who makes the laws that govern democracy? Not you, me, or our fellow citizens — at least, not according to the five-justice conservative majority on the Supreme Court, who continue to...
KIAHStarbucks is trying to "brew" up more jobs. Starting on November 1st, the next time you go to get your cup of Joe you'll be asked to donate an extra $5 to stimulate U.S. job growth through its "Jobs for USA" program. The Seattle-based mega chain has...
Tags: Politics, Charity, Labor Markets, KIAH, Starbucks Corp.
Baltimore Sun reporterJohn Mackenzie Wilson, who mapped the Eastern Shore for the Maryland Geological Survey, died of a lung disease, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, July 3 at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Fells Point resident was 57. Born in Salisbury,...
MISHAWAKA - Former Democratic state legislator and local businessman Burnett C. Bauer, father of current and longtime state Rep. B. Patrick Bauer, died Friday at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center. The Granger resident and founder of Bauer Soft Water...
President Obama says that if Congress doesn't raise the debt ceiling by Aug. 2, the consequences will be dire. A long list of economists and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce agree. Even the Republican leader in the U.S. Senate agrees. But there's also...
Tags: Medicare, Politics, John Boehner, Health, Homes
Councilman Tom Quirk's support of Whalen Properties' PUD is unsettling ("Councilman offers bills related to PUD development," Catonsville Times, Sept. 28). Justifying his decision, Quirk said he listened to the community, cites the project's similarities...
Tags: Politics, Tom Quirk, Elections, Catonsville
Prominent Chicago attorney John Schmidt has been a contributor to Barack Obama since he was just a state senator, but despite being a fundraiser for the 2008 presidential campaign, he won't play a similar role bundling cash for the re-election. "It's...
Tags: Justice System, Politics, Lawyers, Charity, White House
Clout StreetGambling opponents today called for Illinois to ban casino interests from making political campaign contributions and for Gov. Pat Quinn to veto a pending casino expansion bill. Common Cause, a government watchdog organization, released a report saying...
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