When I read the other day that Marco Rubio had suggested on David Brody's influential Christian Broadcasting Network show that we were on the brink of conservative church teachings on...
It may seem like the big news of the 2016 election season is that a new denier is entering the presidential race or quasi-campaigning every week. From Jeb Bush to Rand Paul, Ted Cruz to Marco Rubio, or Fiorina to Huckabee and Carson, you've got deniers for every day of the week. Show More Summary
GOP presidential hopeful Marco Rubio joined the Christian persecution chorus this week, suggesting that Christianity may soon be considered hate speech due to LGBTQ equality activism. Rubio told the Christian Broadcasting Network Tuesday...Show More Summary
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Introducing Louis 'Flash' Maltby: Initial claims for unemployment compensation remain low: Initial jobless claims were 282,000 for the week ending May 23, up 7,000 form the previous week. They remain at historic lows as does the less volatile four-week average, which rose 5,000 to 271,500. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio is taking a decidedly conservative turn when it comes to the issue of gay marriage. The Florida U.S. senator, who is vying for the Republican presidential nomination, saying gay marriage proponents pose a “danger” to Christianity. Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., warned Christians that the church's mainstream teaching on homosexuality could be considered hate speech in the near future, during an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network this week.
David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network reported on Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s latest anti-LGBT broadside, where Rubio tries to play the victim for opposing marriage equality.
The editorial-page editor of the New York Times wrote a piece on the “Silliest Things Republican Contenders Are Saying This Week.” The entry for Senator Rubio? “We’ve reached the point in our society where if you do not support same-sex...Show More Summary
More popular than the jokers in the GOP side. Here is the primary support of select presidential candidates in recent polling: Quinnipiac 4/25-5/4 (Iowa): Bernie Sanders: 15 Scott Walker: 21 Rand Paul: 13 Marco Rubio: 13 Ted Cruz: 12 Mike...Show More Summary
We could all use more “Florida Man” with his crazy antics in our lives, and fortunately we have two of them running for president. Marco Rubio has officially declared his candidacy, and Jeb Bush is expected to officially throw his hat...Show More Summary
Friend of the blog Jay Jaroch recently spent some time in Cuba. Here's the second of three posts about what he observed while he was there. For obvious reasons, it can be difficult to get a Cuban to open up about their political views. Show More Summary
A new Quinnipiac poll highlights how there is no frontrunner in the GOP presidential race. Five candidates — Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker — all share the lead with 10% support each. Said pollster [...]
The senator may have had his reasons for doing this, but here's what you should consider if you're thinking about it
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will begin his first presidential campaign swing through the vital early nominating state of Nevada on Thursday, a battleground that stands to provide a telling look at his strength as a national candidate in the coming months. Not only is Nevada a critical front in the fight for the Republican nomination, it's […]
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Florida Senator Marco Rubio is back in his childhood home of Las Vegas. The Republican presidential candidate is celebrating his 44th birthday with a fundraiser at the home of the host of "Pawn Stars."
A Fox News host, an atheist, and two Christian pastors fought tonight over religious liberty and whether, as Marco Rubio said, Christianity could soon be deemed hate speech.
NO, WE’RE WAY OVER THE EDGE: Marco Rubio tells CNN: ”[W]e are at the water’s edge of the argument that mainstream Christian teaching is hate speech.”
In a touching moment during his recent interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network, Sen. Marco Rubio talks about discovering his son face down in their pool and jumping in to save him from drowning. In a defining life moment, what Rubio did was try to protect and save his son from danger. His story resonates with me as a new father. Show More Summary
The national Democratic Party is about to roll out a series of "Pawn Stars"-themed attacks against Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-Florida) presidential campaign. Rubio is reportedly headed to Las Vegas, Nevada, on Thursday for a birthday fundraiser hosted by Rick Harrison, the star of the popular pawn shop reality show. Show More Summary