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About all things Baltimore with particular emphasis on crime, grime, and politics of which this city offers no shortage. Political commentator and former radio daily news reporter A.F. James MacArthur of the The Baltimore Spectator

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Hopefully my final show on Hurricane Sandy. It's over!!!! Wrap up on storm aftermath and other news and music too!!! Episode 13

Governor Martin O'Malley and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake are called out for their narrow-minded short-sightedness. Also, the Baltimore Sun returns to being a target of laser focused ire. Episode 11

Shawn Brown was killed on Saturday October 27 after the mother of his child stabbed him during a domestic violence dispute. His brother Tyrone Tyler has a conversation with us about his brother's long troubled past.

Have we let sports and entertainment take up too great a priority in our thought process while critical issues are ignored? Is Lance Armstrong a dope cheat? Could he be an innocent man caught up in a vicious witch hunt, such as been... more

The Baltimore Police Department has had a years long campaign of harassment and attempted intimidation towards me. I respond to some of the critics who arose after I published a clip of my latest video documenting this harassment on... more

Lexington Market assault victim interviewed from the hospital. Isolated interview portion from Oct 18, 2012 episode of RTR.

James MacArthur is caught off guard, when near the top of the show, a surprise call comes from Larry The Celebrity Cab Driver, who is with a recent assault victim at the hospital. After the victim's mother initially agrees to a live interview... more

Original title: P O R N O For Politicos A MACARTHUR MEDIA SPECIAL PRESENTATION Will the debates change your decided vote? Do you expect to learn anything new by watching them? Join James MacArthur and discussion on... more

Current events, crime, grime and politics. The social media/new media experiment continues.

News, politics, current events, open forum talk discussion. What ever's on my mind at the moment really.
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