President Barack Obama no longer needs Gov. Martin O'Malley as a top campaign surrogate, and the Democratic Governors Association is set to elect someone else as its chairman. But neither development is likely to push Maryland's governor off the national stage.
WASHINGTON -- Maryland Rep. Chris Van Hollen, locked out of pursuing a higher leadership role in this Congress, formally requested another term as the top-ranking Democrat on the House Budget Committee in a letter to colleagues Tuesday.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan had not finished deconstructing their campaign apparatus after the November 6 elections, before their supporters in Harford County decided to serve up wine made out of their sour grapes upon reading my friend Wendy Sawyer's comments...
Carroll County voters turned out in strong numbers for the Nov. 6 general election, with more than 75 percent of eligible voters casting ballots either on election day or in early voting sessions last week.
Four years ago, he was the candidate of change. This time around, even in reliably Democratic Maryland, President Barack Obama had to stave off voters who wanted to oust him in the name of change even as the state a whole voted to re-elect him.
President Obama's interview with the Des Moines Register and a statement this week by 80 corporate CEOs on the need for increased revenue as part of deficit reduction provide some hope that the nation can work its way out of its fiscal mess.
The TBS team of Ernie Johnson, Cal Ripken and John Smoltz was outstanding. Johnson, the play by play guy, sets a table as well as anyone this side of Al Michaels. And he was superb all series long at drawing the best out of Ripken and Smoltz, who provided original and insightful analysis.