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Martin O'Malley

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  • O'Malley college debt was self-inflicted by unwise decisions

    O'Malley college debt was self-inflicted by unwise decisions

    Former Gov. Martin O'Malley's college debt unfortunately mirrors those of many who fail to plan, prioritize, work, sacrifice, save and live within their means ("O'Malley's $339,200 college debt," July 20).

  • ISIS and climate change: O'Malley has a point

    ISIS and climate change: O'Malley has a point

    In as much as Democratic political operatives the nation over are praying that this Donald Trump phenomenon isn't just a passing fad, Republicans must be hoping against hope that former Gov. Martin O'Malley catches fire and somehow becomes the Democratic presidential nominee in 2016. "Get a load...

  • O'Malley's $339,200 college debt

    O'Malley's $339,200 college debt

    Earlier this month, former Gov. Martin O'Malley outlined his plan to reduce student debt and make college more affordable for more families. It's a common theme for Democratic candidates running for president these days, but for Mr. O'Malley the public reaction proved a mixed blessing — his proposal...

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