Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has back-to-back trips planned to Iowa and New Hampshire after his presidential announcement at the end of this month, according to activists in those early nominating states. The Democrat has heavily teased a “special announcement” the morning of May 30 at Federal Hill Park in Baltimore, the city he served […]
It’s good to see that an actual anthropologist is studying the behaviour of some of America’s weirdest women. Wednesday Martin’s book The Primates of Park Avenue describes the exhausting lives… Continue reading The post Never marry a lounger, a pleasure-seeker, or a fribble appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The New York Times hit the click-bait jackpot this past weekend with Wednesday Martin’s “Poor Little Rich Women,” a piece that detailed the gilded yet impotent lives of expensively educated wives who abandon careers to devote themselves to domesticity on Manhattan’s Upper East Si
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) “is moving fast to corner the market for a firebrand liberal alternative to Hillary Clinton in 2016 — complicating life for former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D),” The Hill reports. “O’Malley would like to position himself [...]
On May 21, 1968, the Poor People’s March began setting up its encampment in Washington, D.C., called Resurrection City. Attempting to go on after the assassination of Martin Luther King while he marched with the Memphis sanitation workers’ strike, this last goal of King’s would tell Americans just how tough the poor had it in […]
On Monday, New York Times national political correspondent Jonathan Martin took a dig at Republicans and their distaste of Hillary Clinton’s silence toward media by tweeting the following: "All the Rs mounting a high horse now about press access & Hillary will side w/the press when an R candidate starts dodging press, right?"
"This room is the most advanced painting facility in the world," retired US Air Force pilot and F-35 simulation instructor Rick Royer told me as we toured Lockheed Martin's highly secure plane in Fort Worth, Texas. The Aircraft Final...Show More Summary
Actors Sophie Turner and Iwan Rheon and author George R.R. Martin respond to the controversial scene
It's 6-foot-2, with laser eyes and vise-grip hands. It can walk over a mess of jagged cinder blocks, cut a hole in a wall, even drive a car. And soon, Leo, Lockheed Martin's humanoid robot, will move from the development lab to a boot camp for robots, where a platoon's worth of the semiautonomous mechanical species will be tested to see if they can be all they can be.
MARTIN O’MALLEY FLAUNTS HIS MALE PRIVILEGE: “Images of Martin O’Malley without a shirt are continually popping up as if to say look what I can do that Hillary can’t.”
THEY’RE NOT POOR AT ALL, ACTUALLY: A New York Times writer named Wednesday Martin has an unbelievably sexist hit piece about Upper East Side women she demeaningly refers to as Glam SAHMs (Stay At Home Moms). The women I met, mainly at playgrounds, play groups and the nursery schools where I took my sons, were […]
On Tuesday, Associated Press reporter Martin Crutsinger celebrated the federal government's large April budget surplus, caused by "a flood of tax payments (which) pushed government receipts to an all-time high." He didn't mention that the tax payments were higher largely because of tax increases passed in 2013. Show More Summary
HARRY REID: O’Malley Who? “Harry Reid, in classic Harry Reid style, utterly dismissed the presidential aspirations of his Senate colleague Bernard E. Sanders, former Sen. Jim Webb and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley in one biting sentence in an interview airing Friday. For the Senate minority leader, the independent from Vermont and the Democrats from […]
O’MALLEY RAILS AGAINST DEATH PENALTY: In the wake of the jury decision to impose the death penalty on Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Martin O’Malley says he “respect[s] the verdict of the jury” but opposes the death penalty as a matter of policy. Meanwhile, radical Islamists praise Tsarnaev as a martyr on Twitter.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says he respects the verdict of the jury in the Boston Marathon bombing case but remains opposed to the death penalty and considers it "ineffective." O'Malley says the death penalty's appeals process is "expensive and cruel to the surviving family members."
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley, who is poised to launch a White House bid this month, reaffirmed his strong opposition to capital punishment Friday following a federal jury’s decision to sentence to death one of those convicted for the Boston Marathon bombings. The Democrat said in a statement that while he respects the verdict, he […]
Death. Martin O’Malley is the first Democratic candidate out of the box condemning the verdict. Looks like America won’t be left terribly vulnerable after all: The House approved the annual Pentagon policy bill Friday after a tense debate over funding limits on federal agencies and a fight over an immigration amendment that […]
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D), an expected 2016 presidential candidate, has an upcoming fundraiser signed "O'Malley for President." Though the notice for the May 29 fundraiser, obtained by Business Insider on Friday, appears to reveal his plans, O'Malley spokeswoman Haley Morris denied that is the case. Show More Summary
He will almost certainly announce in 15 days
Martin O’Malley’s presidential campaign-in-waiting has sought to maintain some suspense about a “special announcement” he has planned for May 30 in Baltimore. An email sent out Thursday by O’Malley’s team asked “Is he in or is he out? Will he run or won’t he?,” and promised people who put their names on an e-mail list that […]