The Post reported this week, “Martin O’Malley is using [Hillary] Clinton’s closely watched and long-anticipated 2016 launch to raise his profile ahead of his own likely entry into the race next month. He has seized on specific economic and social policy issues, including same-sex marriage and an international trade deal, in a bid to raise […]
COLUMBIA, S.C.—Democrat Martin O’Malley on Saturday called the police-custody death of Baltimore resident Freddie Gray part of “a painful history in our country, a legacy that we continue to work on and work through and seek to overcome every day.”Read full article >>
This is a slightly edited version of a post I posted here yesterday afternoon. —- Okay, so all you politics obsessives probably heard about a comment Martin O’Malley made to PBS Morning Edition host Steve Innskeep during an interview earlier this week, in response to a question about Marco Rubio’s claims about “active government.” Here’s the exchange: […]
To the editor: Jonah Goldberg's analysis of who advocated for minimum wages, and why, is mind-boggling to say the least. ("Martin O'Malley's modern-day know-nothingness," op-ed, April 20)
Okay, so all you politics obsessives probably heard about a comment Martin O’Malley made to PBS Morning Edition host Steve Innskeep during an interview earlier this week, in response to a question about Marco Rubio’s claims about “active government.” Here’s the exchange: Inskeep: “[Rubio] argues that an active government actually keeps people frozen at their […]
Gary Hart, the presidential hopeful for whom Martin O’Malley toiled more than 30 years ago, plans to support the former Maryland governor if he moves forward with a 2016 White House bid, Hart said Wednesday. “I’m obliged to, if nothing else, because he supported me,” Hart said in an interview, adding that “it would be […]
Hillary Clinton's first trip to Iowa as a 2016 presidential candidate ends, while Martin O'Malley releases an add subtly hitting her for her stance on same...
The “Fight for 15” is just getting started. Last week, protesters gathered in cities across the country to demand a $15 hourly minimum wage, and at least some national politicians are heeding their call. Martin O’Malley, the former governor...Show More Summary
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley took another swipe Wednesday at Hillary Rodham Clinton, telling supporters that American workers who could lose their jobs due to a pending trade deal “are owed more than lip service.” O’Malley’s comments came a day after the Democratic presidential frontrunner hedged on her support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which is being […]
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is thinking about running for president on the Democratic ticket by appealing to Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s populist fans. Warren is a very bright former
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley (D) on Tuesday called the death of a Baltimore man in police custody “a tragic loss of life” and urged officials in the city where he lives to be “as transparent as they possibly can be” about an ongoing investigation.Read full article >>
Martin O'Malley used a naughty word to describe Marco Rubio's economic vision. Let's see more of this, please
Hillary Clinton will be the Dem nominee for President. Now Martin O'Malley or Jim Webb may not agree, but, will, she is. That said, if Webb or O'Malley want to make a splash, thee is 1 issue that might work - opposition to the Trans Pacific... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is thinking about running for president on the Democratic ticket by appealing to Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's populist fans. Warren is a very bright former Harvard law professor. So it is interesting that O'Malley thinks the best way to reach out to...
In former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's extensive interview with NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the likely 2016 presidential candidate went after already-declared Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for her apparent lack of so-called executive experience.
Martin O’Malley appeared on Face the Nation today, on Sunday, told Bob Schieffer that he plans to decide by the end of May as to whether he plans to run against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. Schieffer asked him why he plans to run: O’MALLEY: Because I believe that our country faces big challenges. [...]Show More Summary
Mmmm, Martin O'Malley, so rugged. Chris Parypa Photography / Shutterstock.com Last week sure was a swell week for Hillary—her campaign announcement got some nice attention, 538 seems to think she's got this in the bag, and the biggest scandal seems to be the fact that she didn't tip at Chipotle. Show More Summary
Potential 2016 Democratic candidate Martin O'Malley told NPR's Steve Inskeep that the idea that regulation stifled economic opportunity was "patently bullshit."
I tend to doubt that former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley will, in the end, launch an official challenge to Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. But O’Malley has just laid down a marker that deserves some attention, because it foreshadows an argument that will be key to the 2016 race, one in which Clinton will […]