A call for calm and caution despite calamity.
Or, an opportunity to meditate upon our ambiguous legal history and its uncomfortable place in contemporary political life.
Thoughts about the riots in Baltimore. But it can’t be just about the riots, can it?
Because they have every reason to be.
I don’t have anything to add to the Great Sanitation Throwdown, but I have to note that basically everywhere in the USA we’ve got it pretty good whether our sanitation is handled by authoritarian city-sponsored monopolies or heartless and noisy capitalists. Consider turn-of-the-century Baltimore:
Short Review: Quaffable, but not transcendent.
My favorite spot to view him is standing by the Pagoda looking East over Patterson Park at night. There, staring back is the neon face of a smiling, mustached, one-eyed man – often mistaken for the man on the Pringles can – looking over the city that claims him. Watch him for a minute and…
I’ve been invited to contribute here at the League of Ordinary Gentlemen, even though, as you can tell from my name, I don’t quite fit the “gentleman” label. That aside, I’m proud to join and I hope I can add something to the excellent work being done by each of the other authors. For the…
An intrepid Baltimore blogger pushes for press access at Maryland’s State House (via Splice).