Quench your thirst.
Quench your thirst.
The Florida senator and part-time political science professor writes in his new book that the popular ride-hailing app turned his progressive students into antiregulatory activists.
“I think it’s unfortunate that Rand has decided to adopt Barack Obama’s foreign policy on this matter.”
The pair of tweets came before University of Florida quarterback Treon Harris was accused of sexually assaulting a female student.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio again denied the scientific consensus human activity is a cause of climate change during an interview on Sean Hannity’s radio program Wednesday. According to NASA, 97% of scientists agree on climate change being due to human activity.
A shift from offense to defense in the culture war. “We’re not some sort of moral majority in American culture,” says Moore.
Jim DeMint boasts to prospective donors that Rubio is in the Senate, in part, because of his work challenging the GOP establishment. Meanwhile, Heritage is at war with Rubio’s immigration plan.
“Rubio’s Folly” includes Sens. Chuck Schumer and John McCain — but the famous anti-tax conservative gets edited out of the photo. Updated with a statement from the editor.
In 2007, Republicans waged culture war on undocumented immigrants — and they’ve been paying for it at the ballot box ever since. Back in the bunker.
The Republican senator took a jab at Vice President Biden’s “buried” remarks while stumping for the Romney campaign in Florida.
A new ad released by the Romney campaign features Marco Rubio talking directly to voters about possible changes in Medicare making the pitch for the Romney-Ryan plan. But in an August 2011 speech at the Reagan Presidential Library Rubio said that entitlement programs like Social Security and Medicare “actually weakened us as a people.”
The Florida Senator has slid off Mitt Romney’s official short list. But his vocal, and powerful, supporters haven’t stopped lobbying for him.