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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2012
With power forward Damonte Dodd already in the fold for Maryland's 2013 recruiting class, most of the Terps' recruiting focus has centered on guards. But this week, a new forward target has reportedly popped up on UM's recruiting radar. Brandon Austin , a 6-foot-6 small forward from Philadelphia, recently withdrew his commitment to Penn State. According to SNY.tv's Adam Zagoria , the Terps are one of many programs to have expressed interest in the three-star prospect.
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NEWS
December 26, 2013
How disappointing to see the visual summary of state spending from 2008 to present in teacher-to-pupil ratio in The New York Times . Maryland was the worst state for not putting funds back into education after the recession. We need to reinvigorate spending in our Maryland public schools. With all the new gambling money in the state coffers, we need to embrace a first-rate education. Large classes do little to stimulate minds and foster lifelong learners. The articles I read in The Sun claim Maryland has a great educational system.
NEWS
July 5, 2013
Well, Comrade Gov. Martin O'Malley has literally deluged Maryland taxpayers with new taxes, fees, licenses and tolls ("Marylanders' wallets run on empty," July 2). The People's Republic of Maryland now taxes the rain that falls on your home. The "in the bag" liberal socialist media, refuses to condemn such action even while this nation is in the midst of a depression, not a recession, but a real depression! It is not only the jobs that will be lost, as more and more businesses and industries "vote with their feet" to leave this socialist Garden of Eden, no, it is more than that.
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