If you didn't get enough weirdness from the Marco Rubio questioner, a mysterious flier was posted in Burbank, California, accusing the police of burying a man alive in a local park while a deformed man with a "Neopolitan" face witnessed the crime. Show More Summary
It really is a shame that Lessig won't make it into the debates (because his ideas are worth a wider audience) but at least he can still release ads like this: Harvard Law professor and Democratic presidential candidate Lawrence Lessig...Show More Summary
A new Gravis Marketing poll in New Hampshire finds Donald Trump leading with 32%, followed by Ben Carson at 13%, John Kasich at 10%, Marco Rubio at 8%, Carly Fiorina at 8% and Jeb Bush at 7%. On the Democratic [...]
Following a second strong, if understated, debate performance late last month, Marco Rubio is currently riding a wave of positive press. He is “surging in the polls,” has “the hot hand,” and is even emerging as “the favorite to win the...Show More Summary
Cycles in presidential campaigns begin with hopeful conjecture, outright lies, blind tabloid items that can’t ever be proved or disproved. This week the Marco Rubio cycle began. Marco Rubio is now the “front-runner” for the Koch brothers’ support and cash, the New York Daily News reported yesterday morning, citing a... More »
Just think about all the water I can buy. While nearly every GOP candidate has a Super-PAC associated with his or her campaign, not every one of them has a secretive unaffiliated group funneling millions of dollars in anonymous donations their way. Show More Summary
The prospect of a hot war between the U.S. and Russia is right up there among the scariest international prospects on the planet. Marco Rubio disagrees.
Bill de Blasio's trip to Israel is being funded by a Zionist. No wonder he told AIPAC his job is to defend Israel. And Kelly Ayotte of NH, Marco Rubio of FL, and Lindsey Graham of SC-- all of them politically ambitious--are also beholden to rightwing supporters of Israel.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has been riding high — great debate performances, great press, improved polls. Now comes the hard part, and it has nothing to do with Donald Trump. Trump’s buffoonery is a distraction from the main event — the winner of the mainstream and moderate segment of the party, which in total, if […]
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) “is benefiting in unprecedented ways from a nonprofit group funded by anonymous donors,” the AP reports. “While other presidential candidates also have ties to secret-money groups, the Rubio arrangement is the boldest. Every pro-Rubio television commercial [...]
A man of many faiths, and all of them conservative. The post Marco Rubio Can Be Catholic, Baptist, Or Mormon. Here’s Why That Matters. appeared first on ThinkProgress.
The Republican presidential candidate shares Obama’s gift for dressing strong views in empathetic language.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) raised $12.2 million in the third quarter, Reuters reports. In contrast, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) “took in just $6 million for his presidential campaign from July to the end of September, a major drop to his [......
WASHINGTON (AP) — Ted Cruz raised more than $12 million in the past three months for his Republican presidential bid, about twice what competitor Marco Rubio collected in the same time period. Several candidates struggled to raise money...Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said on Thursday that Congress should have voted to authorize President Barack Obama's call for airstrikes in Syria in 2013 and criticized his presidential opponent Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.)...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, Oct 8 (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio raised $6 million in the three months ended on Sept. 30, a source said on Thursday citing campaign officials, down from the $12 million the Florida senator raised in the previous three months. Show More Summary
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said on Thursday that Congress should have voted to authorize President Barack Obama's call for airstrikes in Syria in 2013 and criticized his presidential opponent Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) for dismissing them as insufficient to ebb the violence in the region. Show More Summary
A new Fairleigh Dickinson poll finds Donald Trump leading the GOP presidential field with 26%, followed by Ben Carson at 22%, Marco Rubio at 8%, Jeb Bush at 7%, Carly Fiorina at 7%, Mike Huckabee at 6% and Ted Cruz [...]
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush joined me on the show today: Audio: 10-08hhs-bush Transcript: HH: I’m joined by former Florida Governor, Jeb Bush. Governor Bush, the media tends to overplay D.C. stories a little bit, don’t you think?...Show More Summary
Senator Rubio took in just $6 million for his presidential campaign from July to the end of September, a major drop to his fund-raising pace over a summer in which two Republican rivals dropped out because they lacked money.