Breaking: Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh has vetoed a$15/hr min. wage bill. During her campaign she expressed support for the measure. The bill passed City Council on Monday where it enjoy veto-proof support. The measure could lift the wages of 80,000 workers. The business lobby has waged a fierce campaign against it.
The Trump administration will issue the permit needed for the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, reversing the position of the Obama administration. The pipeline will be built with steel owned by Russian companies with ties to Putin.
While GOP and Democratic Party leaders and media pundits like Rachel Maddow are raising their anti-Russian rhetoric to cold-war levels, they are ignoring the history of broken American promises, NATO expansion and attempts to develop American first strike nuclear capability.
TRNN producers Taya Graham and Stephen Janis will be presenting their documentary about poverty in Baltimore this Monday 3/27 at 5:30 pm at the University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs. Guest speakers will include reporter Jayne Miller, Del. Jill Carter, Jeff Singer, and Graham and Janis.
"It's this kind of like hostage-type mentality, and that we saw how well that worked in 2016, you know? And [the Democrats] refusal to learn that lesson is because the party, that mentality is so ingrained."