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CNN Blames Trump For Newspaper Shooting That Had Nothing to Do With Him

This report was originally published by Paul Joseph Watson at Infowars.com CNN’s Asha Rangappa blamed Donald Trump’s rhetoric for the shooting of journalists at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis yesterday despite the fact that the gunman’s vendetta against the newspaper stretched back seven years and had nothing to do with Trump. Armed with smoke grenades […]

Texas Billboard: ‘Liberals, Please Continue Until You Have Left The State’

A billboard spotted in Texas is likely to send people running to safe spaces and cry rooms.  The billboard tells liberals to continue driving on I-40 until they have left the “great state of Texas.” “Liberals,” the billboard reads. “Please continue on I-40 until you have left our GREAT STATE OF TEXAS.” A photo of […]

“Death Spiral”: Obamacare Premiums May Soar As Much As 91% Next Year

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge Residents of Maryland and Virginia face double-digit percentage increases in premiums for individual Obamacare plans in 2019, according to rate requests made by insurers. The largest hikes are being sought by CareFirst, which is seeking a 64% increase in Virginia, and a whopping 91% increase […]

Armed Resource Officer Stops Maryland High School Gunman

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge A 17-year-old gunman is dead following an exchange with an armed School Resource Officer (SRO) at Great Mills High School in Maryland on Tuesday morning. Two students were injured. The gunman opened fire on a 16-year-old female student before class in a central hallway, hitting […]

“Deadliest Year Ever” – Baltimore Eclipses 2016 Homicide Total

As of 11:20am ET. Thursday morning, the wave of violent crime continued in Baltimore with the death of a 21-year old man by gunfire. The significance of this latest death in Baltimore’s urban war zone, is that total homicides in 2017 have now topped 2016 levels at 319, and there is still one month to go.  […]

California And Maryland Lead The Nation In Mortgage Fraud Risk Correlation (San Francisco, Baltimore and San Diego Lead)

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Anthony B. Sanders via  Snake Hole Lounge / August 20, 2017 According to CoreLogic, California and Maryland are the states that are most highly correlated with fraud risk (and are the areas that will be the best predictors of nationwide mortgage fraud). A closer look reveals that San Francisco and Baltimore lead in mortgage fraud risk correlation […]

Baltimore Mayor Offers Solution To “Out Of Control” Homicides – Free Community College For All

Via StockBoardAsset.com, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announces her crime-fighting initiative last Wednesday, portion of which includes free community college.  Her answer to a homicide rate that is doubled Chicago’s is free community college for Baltimore youth. Here is what she had to say per WBALTV: “Community college has become critical in providing the necessary education and training […]

Baltimore Weekend Ceasefire Ends With 2 Killings

Submitted by Stock Board Asset Heading into this weekend, we reported on a ceasefire agreement between Baltimore “gang leaders, drug dealers and others linked to the violence”.  The ceasefire was called “Nobody kill anybody for 72-hours”, but it seems that was too much to ask for the violence-plagued city on pace for its highest number […]

Under Armour’s Stock Crashed… So CEO Built A Whiskey Distillery

Via StockBoardAsset.com, It’s no secret that Under Armour’s stock has crashed -65% since 4Q2015. The apparel bubble seems to be experiencing something called mean reversion with the possibility of further downside in excess of -29%. At or around today’s fair market value, industry comps show <UA> at a startling 43.7 P/E on expectations of growth […]

Baltimore Has Become A Rotting, Decaying War Zone Amid Raging Opioid Epidemic

Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,   It is hard to believe that Baltimore was once one of the greatest cities in the entire world.  Unlike nearby Washington D.C., Baltimore is a blue collar city that is home to some of the hardest working people in America.  When I was in high […]