Former Arizona Governor Jan Brewer, who is supporting Donald Trump, who is good buddies with human rights nightmare Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and who signed an insanely draconian anti-immigrant bill into law, is sick of people suggesting that Republicans are racist. Oh?
On Monday evening, the nation said, “Goodnight, sweet prince” to Martin O’Malley, who suspended his presidential campaign after receiving less than one percent of the vote in the Iowa caucus.
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley have agreed to attend four more debates during the Democratic primary—if approved by the Democratic National Committee. According to Buzzfeed, once the DNC sanctions the additional events, locations and dates would be arranged.
Live from Charleston, South Carolina, it’s a Democratic debate at 9 p.m. on a Sunday night. It really feels like if you wanted the American public to watch a debate, it would be... not at 9 p.m. on a Sunday on a holiday weekend?
Martin O’Malley, treasured buffer of the Democratic primary contest, will reportedly join Clinton and Sanders in Sunday’s debate because honestly, it wouldn’t be the same without Martin!
Kenneth from Iowa is the nation’s most dedicated voter. We should all be more like Kenneth.
There are approximately ten million more Republican debates scheduled before we elect a new reptilian overlord; meanwhile, there are just four more Democratic debates scheduled, and the next one is on Saturday night. Right after Star Wars was released. Days before Christmas. During a big football game.
Seems like someone is making a statement.
Martin O’Malley, the pleasantly handsome man you bump into in the granola aisle at the supermarket and then immediately forget forever, was interviewed recently by a pair of college students. The video features the exact amount of special effects one might expect.
A video of a female student being violently thrown to the ground and arrested by a sheriff’s deputy at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina is quickly becoming a campaign issue. Both Hillary Clinton and Martin O’Malley’s campaigns are calling the arrest unacceptable, with O’Malley reacting to it with…
Tuesday morning, presidential candidate and Ken doll Martin O’Malley appeared on The View to promote his new album, Live From 1600 Penn. On the show, O’Malley explained that since Katy Perry was planning on stopping by an Iowa rally for one of his unnamed competitors this weekend, he felt it was necessary to respond…
Welcome to Would U?, an academic forum in which I share my gross crush of the week and ask if you, too, would bang that person.
Good evening. Join us, endure with us, as five people shout loudly and mostly to themselves about saving the middle class: it’s the first Democratic debate.
As this election season continues to ebb away our will to live, it’s only fair that the Democratic Party gets in on the action. Tonight at 8:30 EST on CNN they will do that. Live from Las Vegas, it’s the least sexy thing that’s ever happened in Las Vegas.
Around 8:30 tonight, a group of concerned white senior citizens will alight delicately on an overlarge stage in Las Vegas and make a case for why they should be allowed to roost in the White House. The following is a field guide to help the amateur naturalist politics-watcher identify the non-Hillary Clintons you…
Senator Elizabeth Warren understands that you want her to run for President of the United States and guess what? She still doesn’t want to. Run Warren Run, the organization that begged Warren to campaign, is finally convinced that she means it.
Former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor, Martin O’Malley has made it official: He announced earlier today that he would be seeking the Democratic nomination.
While the 2016 GOP field has been characterized by its resemblance to a clown car on methamphetamines, the corresponding Democratic field has been disappointingly small, and, to date, as boring as a race between a political juggernaut and a self-identified socialist from Vermont can be. No longer.
After four days of stressful debate, two Republicans members of the Maryland State Senate joined the 25 democrats to vote 27 to 20 to repeal the death penalty. A project of Gov. Martin O'Malley since 2007, the measure was finally able to pass due to new Senators and the changed minds of others.
Today, Mitt Romney is Romneying all over Maryland, probably doing awkward things like complimenting people on their oversized lava lamps, saying "y'all" and "cheesy grits," and suggesting that poor people should pay more for basic health care so that rich people can enjoy their constitutionally guaranteed yachts. But…