Vol 1. No. 25.Baltimore, MD  Mon September 22nd 2014GIVING YOU THE NEWS THE MSM IGNORES 
Our Contributors:
Comments:
Categories


O's call on Chen to open four-game series in New York
After 382 games at the new Yankee Stadium and 1,429 in New York overall, Derek Jeter is down to four more. On Monday, the future Hall of Famer will begin the final home series of his illustrious career against the Orioles, and he's going to savor every minute of it. There won't be any days off for the 14-time All-Star as the Yankees continue to hold onto a sliver of hope for the postseason. Baltimore's Wei-Yin Chen squares off with New York's Michael Pineda in the opener.

O's late rally falls short in finale with Red Sox
The Orioles walked off the field on Sunday afternoon knowing this wouldn't be their last time at Camden Yards in 2014. And that was a really good feeling. While the O's regular-season home finale -- a 3-2 loss to last-place Boston -- was pretty forgettable, Baltimore has a chance to create some much more meaningful memories when the calendar flips to October.

Call upheld in Red Sox-Orioles finale
After Caleb Joseph hit a grounder in the seventh inning, the Red Sox thought the inning should have been over. Ryan Flaherty was called out at second, but Joseph was ruled safe at first. After a review of 3 minutes, 35 seconds for John Farrell's challenge, the call was upheld.

O's allowing Markakis, Pearce to heal
Nick Markakis and Steve Pearce were both noticeably absent again from Sunday's starting lineup, although Orioles manager Buck Showalter said he wasn't overly concerned and expected both to play during the team's upcoming four-game series in New York.

Traffic: Collision on I-95 South in Baltimore City
A two-vehicle collision on Interstate 95 South in Baltimore City past the Baltimore Washington Parkway exit has closed the southbound left shoulder at 8:59 a.m. on Monday, according to the state Department of Transportation.








2 councilmen to file bill requiring city police to wear body cameras
Councilmen Warren Branch, Jack Young want police interactions with the public recorded

Two City Councilmen plan to submit legislation today requiring every police officer in Baltimore to wear a body camera that records audio and video as the officers go about their jobs.








Clear, cool weather pattern for the week | VIDEO
A cold front that moved through overnight was forecast to bring cooler weather Monday and through the week.








William A. Fogle Jr., former assistant to Mayor Schaefer, dies at 79
Career in government spanned nearly 30 years and was an advocate of Mayor Schaefer's 'do it now' policy

William A. Fogle Jr., who had been Mayor William Donald Schaefer's executive assistant and all-purpose trouble shooter who later became secretary of the Maryland Department of Licensing and Regulation, died Wednesday at his Glen Rock, Pa., farm of complications of a stroke.








Scandals put the NFL in Congress' crosshairs
Recent bills spurred by Ray Rice case and debate over Washington Redskins name

Several U.S. senators have proposed stripping the NFL of its tax-exempt status — a warning analysts say the image-damaged league can't afford to ignore even if the threat proves hollow.


NASA mission enters Mars orbit to study where planet's atmosphere – and water – went
MAVEN's arrival coincides with upcoming comet fly-by, creating bonus scientific opportunity

A satellite that has been hurtling toward Mars for the past 10 months slammed on the brakes Sunday night, gliding into the red planet's gravity field to spend a year studying its atmosphere — and hopefully collect evidence that Mars might once have supported life.

Comments about Baltimore Reporter:

Perhaps the best part of blogging or the internet in general is the occasional discovery of something unexpected.Over on Baltimore Reporter and Conservative Thoughts is a great and thought provoking article by Robert Farrow.I hope you will follow this link and read this great post.

from conservativecontracts.com


I love your blog

Once again - as happens so often - I have been positioned here on the living room couch, immersed in your blog. You are better than Fox News.

Kevin Dayhoff



Awards and Rankings:

Voted one of the best local blogs:
Baltimore Examiner: 2006



Voted Top 10 most influential blog in Maryland in 2007.
Blog Net News



ElseWhere
Other sites I write for:
Flopping Aces
and Red Maryland

Want to help?
Baltimore Reporter is looking for writers to help counter the biased media. Email us if interested.

My Count Since 10/11/07
~ 24949 ~
Site Meter

.

   

9/12/2011

Ron Paul Booed at CNN – Tea Party Debate
Filed under: — Robert Farrow @ 10:44 pm

Comments

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.







Search

 
Baltimore Weather

Current Conditions:
Partly Cloudy, 65 F
TheCaffeinatedMind.com
In the USA who still makes up the smallest minority?
An Asian
A Black
An Individual
A White


View results
Version 2.03
FACING UP TO THE
Nation's Finances
National Debt Clock

Cowboys, Eagles and Ravens pull off comeback wins (The Associated Press)
Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys were big-time comeback kids in Week 3 of the NFL season. So were Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles. Peyton Manning rallied the Denver Broncos back in a Super Bowl rematch, but Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks came up with the victory - as they did seven months ago on football's biggest stage.

ICYMI: NFL's off-field issues in news; QB catches (The Associated Press)
There will be plenty of NFL off-field news to talk about yet again over the coming week, when Commissioner Roger Goodell is supposed to meet with players' union leader DeMaurice Smith to discuss how to fix the league's personal-conduct policy. How the Ravens handled that case is under scrutiny because of an ESPN report released Friday, the same day Goodell delivered a widely criticized performance at a news conference short on specifics as he emerged from a lengthy silence to take questions about the recent series of domestic violence cases involving NFL players. Baltimore coach John Harbaugh was asked about that ESPN report after Sunday's 23-21 victory at Cleveland - and it seems safe to say that won't be the last time the topic is raised. In case you missed it, here are the other top topics after the NFL season's third Sunday: PLAYS OF THE DAY: If you haven't seen 'em, go find 'em online - a pair of catches by QBs.

"Cool" Joe Flacco rallies Ravens past Browns 23-21 (The Associated Press)
As the game got tighter and time started slipping away from the Ravens, quarterback Joe Flacco only got calmer. He's always that way against Cleveland. ''We call him, 'Joe Cool,''' said wide receiver Steve Smith. On Sunday, Flacco lived up to his nickname once again.

Seattle Seahawks hold off Broncos as focus returns to field (AFP)
Seattle (AFP) - The Seattle Seahawks edged the Denver Broncos 26-20 in overtime in a rare Super Bowl re-match as onfield action regained center stage in the NFL.

Injury Roundup: Week 3 (Rotoworld)
Chet Gresham takes you through Week 3's NFL injuries.

Roethlisberger leads Steelers to thorough dismantling of Panthers (Shutdown Corner)
By the time Week Three rolls around, we can start to see the outlines of how a season's going to go. The Carolina Panthers may not be who we thought they were. The Pittsburgh Steelers, as it turns out, may be a whole lot more. The Steelers beat the Panthers in a game that wasn't even that close. Pittsburgh threw around Carolina like sacks of dog food on both sides of the ball. Pittsburgh's well-coached, well-managed, well-played game handed Carolina its first home loss since Week One of 2013. A dull exhibition of field goals — four in the first half, three by Pittsburgh — exploded into an exceptional offensive display by the Steelers, starting with a dropped-from-the-sky touchdown from Ben Roethlisberger to Antonio Brown. Following a monstrous 81-yard run by Le'Veon Bell, Roethlisberger again connected with Brown, putting the Steelers up 23-6 and effectively ending Carolina's last chance at a victory. It got uglier, however, with Carolina punt returner Philly Brown muffing a kick, then compounding his own problem by trying to run with the fumbled ball rather than falling on it. The Steelers descended on him, the ball ended up in the end zone, and Pittsburgh walked away with another touchdown as the fans walked into the Charlotte night. This was a landmark evening for Pittsburgh from a statistical perspective. Bell's run was the longest in the NFL this season and the longest by a Steeler since Jon Fuqua in 1970, 44 years ago. Bell and Blount both hit triple figures in rushing, the first time Pittsburgh had pulled off that feat in nearly 30 years. For the Panthers, Cam Newton was 24 of 35 for 250 yards and a touchdown, a respectable total albeit much padded when the game was out of reach. Carolina wisely pulled Newton with five minutes left in the game, inserting Derek Anderson to prevent further injury to a still-healing Newton. So where does this game leave each team? Both are 2-1, though both face drastically different prospects in their own divisions. The Panthers dropped into a tie for the NFC South lead with the Atlanta Falcons, with the New Orleans Saints just one game behind. The Steelers, meanwhile, share a division with the still-undefeated Bengals and the tough-to-pin-down Ravens and Browns. Next week, both teams remain in the other's division. The Steelers get a virtual guaranteed W with a game against Tampa Bay, while Carolina and Baltimore will take one another's measure. The Panthers aren't this bad, but the Steelers might just be this good. Carolina should stay in the mix for a playoff spot in the NFC, but Pittsburgh's performance is going to make the rest of the league pay attention. ____ Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Facebook or on Twitter. Follow @jaybusbee

NFL Today, Week 3 (The Associated Press)
Monday, Sept. 22

Vikings QB Cassel breaks foot, Bridgewater in (The Associated Press)
The veteran quarterback fractured several bones in his left foot during a scramble in the second quarter of a 20-9 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Coach Mike Zimmer said X-rays revealed the broken bones. It is not clear how long Cassel will be out, but the injury leaves Bridgewater as Minnesota's quarterback for the foreseeable future. Bridgewater entered the game on Minnesota's third possession, leading a 10-play, 51-yard drive for a field goal.

Steelers Defeat Panthers, 37-19 (Automated Insights)
Le'Veon Bell had a big night, paving the way to a good win for the Steelers over the Panthers, 37-19, in Charlotte.

Panthers Suffer 37-19 Defeat Against Steelers (Automated Insights)
Kelvin Benjamin had a big night, but it wasn't enough to avoid a tough loss for the Panthers against the Steelers, 37-19, at home.
Maryland News
Links To Others
Maryland Blogger Alliance

National News
Support the Baltimore Reporter. Buy a C.D.



Thank You












Advertise with Us!
Baltimore Reporter is looking for advertisers to help keep this site going. Email us here.
]
Please ignore the screen cleaner!