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Three Uses For Political Contributions, AKA, Blank Checks (2007)

1. Ads.

2. Rallies.

3. Anything that a politician can slip through.
Luxury auto leases, private country clubs, and
trips that are foreign-
These types of purchases appear to crop up
over and over again.


Rallies Held To Protest Michael Brown's Death

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — More than 1,000 people gathered for a second day of organized rallies to protest Michael Brown’s death and other fatal police shootings in the St. 315 more words


O's Announce Latest 'We Won't Stop' Rally Locations

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baseball fans continue to celebrate the O’s postseason success with a series of rallies.

A “We Won’t Stop” street team will travel to the Greene Turtle at 1606 Whetsone Way in Baltimore’s Locust Point Thursday. 148 more words


Event to shine light on Connecticut’s missing person cases, support families

A national event designed to bring attention to missing person cases will include a rally in Connecticut.

The CUE Center for Missing Persons, which is based in North Carolina, is organizing the 11th Annual National “On the Road to Remember” tour for missing persons the week of Oct. 106 more words


O's Fans Won't Stop Rallying Ahead Of ALDS Game 3 In Detroit

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — We won’t stop. Those are the words we all have been hearing a lot lately as the O’s take on the Detroit Tigers in the American League Division Series. 357 more words


Demonstrations, Rallies, Roadblocks, Strikes and Protests

Demonstrations, rallies, roadblocks, strikes, and protests have been occasional occurrences at jobsite. They have been as small as a few dozen Papuans who assembled near the main office complex for a few hours and as large as a site-wide strike that halted production and maintenance for several weeks. 153 more words

Hong Kong protesters mimic Ferguson’s ‘hands up, don’t shoot’

MSNBC — After deploying tear gas to break up pro-democracy demonstrators, police in Hong Kong warned late Sunday local time that they will use “a higher level of force” against the crowds of thousands if “public order” is not restored. 226 more words