Olszewski’s a Lobbyist Already. Seems Legit.

Since losing the 2014 race for State Senate, what has John Olszewski, Jr been up to? The Daily Record has a bit on that – as he’s working for the Baltimore City Department of Transportation as an analyst and city lobbyist. Here’s an excerpt: A former two-term delegate from Baltimore County is in line for […]

Waste of the Week: Great Blacks in Wax Museum Expansion

Delegates Cory McCray (D), Talmadge Branch (D), Cheryl Glenn (D) and Senator Nathaniel McFadden (D) have proposed this week’s $400,000 in waste we’re profiling over in Baltimore City. The cross-filed HB1217/SB0791 proposes the creation of new state debt to hand out a loan to help a wax museum in Baltimore City. Yes, I said wax museum. […]

Waste of the Week: Garrett-Jacobs Mansion Access and Safety Project

Let us return to Baltimore City for this week’s “Waste of the Week” where we talk about where Senator Verna Jones-Rodwell (D) is proposing $100,000 in new debt to help out the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion in SB968. The Garrett-Jacobs Mansion is a historic building in Baltimore City built in the nineteenth century. It is a beautiful older building, […]

Old Line Elephant News Roundup: 2/12/13

Been a week since we’ve discussed random news, so here we go: Wired prepared an incredibly detailed analysis of the Battle of Hoth from the Empire Strikes Back. They also offer suggestions as to how the Empire could have won and, frankly, should have completely destroyed the Rebellion in a route in this battle. Tonight […]

Old Line Elephant News Roundup: 2/6/13

It’s been a while since I put a news roundup together, so here’s some news. Baltimore City is heading toward financial ruin. Seriously, an outside accounting agency proved it recently. Baltimore City better be ready to be facing days of lean and better be ready to make serious decisions about spending / taxes or it […]

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