As the secretary distributes helpful tools after the fires are extinguished and looters go home, heroin, lead paint, poverty, murder, broken jails, mass arrests and a lack of economic opportunity and investment plague Maryland's largest city. Those are the sordid details Lyndon Johnson warned the country about. And these problems are only going to grow more acute as Baltimore's financial position erodes. The latest IRS tax migration statistics show Baltimore lost another $315 million in taxable incomes between 2012 and 2013, more than a 3 percent decline in the individual income tax base. That is a systemic problem affecting almost every major American city, and HUD has nothing to say about it.