Martin O’Malley entered the race for the 2016 Democratic nomination and immediately injected a negative tone by attacking Bernie Sanders on ABC’s This Week.
Hillary Clinton has a real conundrum on her hands. It’s her walking-on-eggs observation about the upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership vote. The vote will be in tandem with another controversial trade deal with the European Union, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.
O’Malley is hardly a household name in America, but he is making his case for president, by staking out bold positions well to the left of presumptive Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.
I attended the South Carolina State Democratic Party-sponsored John Spratt Issues Conference in Myrtle Beach late last week. The conference featured a number of prominent Democrats.
On Monday, Maryland Democratic Senator Barbara Mikulski announced that she planned to retire rather than seek re-election in 2016.
Rick Perry and Martin O’Malley engaged in a debate over Obamacare on CNN’s Crossfire and Rick Perry promised Texans the freedom of the grave
Most people wouldn’t buy a car without test driving it first and knowing what it cost, but Romney wants to sell us a presidency without telling us anything.
The mainstream media was quick to proclaim a Romney victory afer last night’s debate, but who really won remains to be seen
Deval Patrick issued a fiery call to Democrats to rally around Obama, implying that Romney is more interested in having the job than doing it