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A summary of Martin O’Malley’s agenda, as stated in his presidential campaign announcement speech. Is this enough for you to decide to support Martin O’Malley for President?
Marco Caputo from the Miami Herald summarized Jeb Bush’s recent speech at a swank hotel in Coral Gables by writing, “As Jeb Bush weighs a presidential bid, the former Florida governor on Tuesday laid out his foreign policy precepts, which closely mirror those of his
The 2014 congressional elections are over, and yes, the Democrats lost. That’s no reason for Democrats to get down-hearted, though. It’s a reason for them to get motivated. As of today, the 2016 presidential campaign season has begun. It’s time to get involved. To that
“Given the enormous problems facing our country, the fact that we are moving toward an oligarchic society and the fact that we are not addressing the planetary crisis of climate change, it is unacceptable for anybody to throw their hands up in despair and turn
2014 could be the year that Bernie Sanders makes the commitment, one way or another, to run for President or to serve out another term in Congress.
What we need in a presidential candidate is a leader who has actually already put his or her political career on the line in order to actively oppose NSA spying against Americans. Two Democratic senators come to mind.
It is possible, even from the great distance of Maine, to hear the DC press corps exhale with a collective “OMiGod” at the remarkably ignorant declaration of Republican Congressman Trent Franks, who
What else do you know about Martin O’Malley? What have you concluded about his worth as a potential candidate for President of the United States? Why do you think some Democrats are eager for O’Malley to run for President in 2016?