Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Intelligent Conversation


How can Congress help Baltimoreans during COVID? We asked Dutch…

Our first-ever chat at Baltimore Positive was with Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger during better times in April 2019. Now with the election and COVID and Ravens' season all very much in progress, we took some serious citizen time with Dutch.

When is the help coming from Congress?

Former Lt. Governor of Maryland and current 4th District Congressman Anthony Brown discusses the frustrations and many logjams and stalls for progress on Capitol Hill.

The sacrifice of Colin Kaepernick in the fight for social justice in the modern NFL

Baltimore author Mike Freeman discusses life as a Mt. St. Joe student and lifer NFL writer. His new book "Football's Fearless Activists" chronicles The Knee, the words of Donald Trump and the machine of the National Football League.

Can we create a Congress where Democrats and Republicans work together for a better America?

He's represented citizens of the 5th District of Maryland for nearly six decades. The majority leader of the House of Representatives of the United States of America, Steny Hoyer discusses the future of our country and the importance of your vote this month.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi comes home to Baltimore to discuss the 25th Amendment and why you need to vote

To kick off the all new Baltimore Positive platform, we welcomed the Madame Speaker from Little Italy to the show to discuss the state of America during COVID and how we move forward as a nation.

What does it mean to be a “real” Republican in America?

Michael Steele is no stranger to any of us who follow politics and media in Maryland. We had a wide-ranging chat with him about his party, the future of Donald Trump in America and how the country can navigate its way out of this pandemic and economic disaster.

Latest News

Revisiting 2020 Ravens predictions coming out of bye week

Is Luke Jone still picking Baltimore to go to the Super Bowl?

Coming off bye, Ravens excited to have new piece against old rival

Reunited in Baltimore, Calais Campbell and Yannick Ngakoue combined for 61 sacks in Jacksonville from 2017-19.

Campbell talks being reunited with former Jacksonville teammate Ngakoue

The Ravens defensive lineman sees the pass rush becoming even more dangerous with another prominent option in the mix.

Andrews on Pittsburgh week: “This is what you live for right here”

The Ravens will have the chance to take down the last undefeated team of 2020.

Harbaugh expects Ngakoue to practice for Ravens on Wednesday

The Baltimore coach is excited to have a new pass rusher in the mix.