Donald Trump won the 2016 election by the thinnest of margins. The places that put him over the top, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Florida were closely contested states where his campaign spent an awful lot of money to put himself over the top.
Larry Hogan, the Republican governor of Maryland, said “waiting around” for President Donald Trump to run the nation’s coronavirus response was “hopeless” during an interview in which he criticized the Trump administration’s response as inadequate.
Larry Hogan has once again suggested that the Republican Party needs to examine what will happen after Donald Trump’s presidency. The Governor of Maryland has been a critic of the President.
Hogan, a Republican, told NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday that his party will need to change if it wants to appeal to a wider audience.
At least one Republican governor is less than enthusiastic about Donald Trump’s reelection bid. Maryland’s Larry Hogan seems to be teasing his own White House run in four years time.
Hogan has clashed with the President over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic and his new interview with The New York Times is unlikely to endear him to the President.
In an open letter, the staff of the Capital Gazette said that their will never forget those who lost their lives in a mass shooting in their newsroom. They also said that they will never forget the death threats and those who call them the enemy of the people.
"This veto puts thousands of solar jobs at risk, endangers the livelihood of thousands and will stall billions in economic activity."
Cummings has not announced his candidacy, but a WA Post shows that he would lead a three-way primary race by double digits.
Nebraska's legislature voted to repeal the death penalty on a 30-19 vote on Wednesday, overriding Governor Ricketts' veto.
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.
The League of the South "thanks Mr. Booth for his service to the South and to humanity" for his "execution of the tyrant Abraham Lincoln"
Currently, Maryland and 30 other states afford rapists full parental rights under the law.
A Republican councilman in Maryland has threatened to sue his local newspaper for having the audacity to use his name in an article that involved the county council in which he serves.
What is curious, is that although America is not, was not, and never will be a Christian nation, there are signs that a religious purity crusade is gaining traction.
Gordon Klingenschmitt brings his demonic obsessions to the Colorado State Senate and Michael Peroutka his neo-Confederate secessionism to Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Last week, the hate mongers' efforts finally paid off and drove an extremist Christian into a rage that earned him banishment from the Maryland high school his daughter attended for making what amounts to a terrorist threat against school officials.
As you can see, the ad implies heavily that the woman is an actual resident of Alaska and a constituent of Begich's. Of course, we now know this to be a complete lie, as she is a paid actress who resides in Maryland
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
We had some rough times in 2012 but there are things to like about the year just past. Here are a few of them.
Pepco spent years ignoring aging equipment and tree-trimming and focused instead of increasing profits leaving a million people to suffer in record heat
Who will Romney pick as his running mate? He seemed to warm up to budget nut Wisconsin Representative, Paul Ryan while in Wisconsin. Sincere or just a ploy to get Ryan's local support?