On The Laura Ingraham Show Tuesday morning, The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol expressed his opposition to the "Gang of 8" bill and noted that Senator Marco Rubio “should walk away from it," adding: “He should say ‘I made a good faith...Show More Summary
A day after the National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council, the union representing 12,000 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services officers and staff, slammed the Gang of Eight immigration bill, Marco Rubio and company have...Show More Summary
Gay activists are pressuring Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to include in the “Gang of Eight” immigration bill a provision that would, according to his fellow Gang of Eight member Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), kill the bill. According to Politico,...Show More Summary
Conservative radio talk show hosts have signed a letter opposing the sweeping immigration reform bill in the Senate, bucking tea party favorite Sen. Marco Rubio's attempts to win their support for the bill, which combines enhanced border security with a legalization program for the nation's unauthorized immigrants. Rubio, a member of the "gang of eight" [...]
Man, it's rare day that I agree with Karl Rove and Marco Rubio about anything, but they're totally right on the Justice Department's ridiculous overreaching in their pursuit of Fox News reporter James Rosen. Karl Rove says it's "chilling"...Show More Summary
It would have made good video if Gay Rights activists would have actually interrupted Senator Marco Rubio's speech this weekend, as The Advocate reports. But the truth is, The Advocate lied about Rubio's speech being interrupted. Here...Show More Summary
Republicans were in full attack mode on the Sunday shows: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell accused Obama of a "culture of intimidation" on NBC’s Meet the Press. (That very same language was used by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown Friday.) He …
Beth Reinhard: “Florida Sen. Marco Rubio hasn’t popped up in an early-primary state in six months, leaving potential Republican rivals like Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal to make the rounds while he carried the torch for h …
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida www.ftlauderdale.gov/news Both sides of the political aisle have made a major issue out of the problem of the 11 million people inside the US illegally or presently undocumented. The president has said this is a priority and Florida senator Marco Rubio has agreed. Show More Summary
A top anti-immigration advocate referred to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) using a homophobic slur during an appearance on the Laura Ingraham radio show on Thursday. Mark Krikorian, the Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, argued that Rubio is critical to building Republican support for reform, but is either misleading lawmakers about the bill [...]
On Thursday's "Morning Rundown" on MSNBC, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) noted President Obama's "culture of intimidation" as a motivating factor behind the scandal involving the IRS hassling grassroots conservative groups seeking non-profit status. Show More Summary
Along with his fellow Florida Republican in Sen. Marco Rubio, Rep. Trey Radel seems to consider himself a bit of a hip-hop scholar. In a recent interview with NowThisNews, the House freshman explained his love of the musical genre, specifically pointing to a Public Enemy song as an example of a "conservative anthem" that reminds him of the ongoing scandals in D.C.
MSNBC's Chuck Todd began his interview with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) this morning by asking him what he thought about President Obama's statement last night regarding the resignation of the IRS' acting commissioner. While he thought the move was "appropriate," Rubio said he's still waiting for Obama to address the "culture of intimidation" that his administration has created.
I have to admit, I'm not used to reporters calling politicians out on their lies and hypocrisies -- especially Chuck Todd, of all people. Via Think Progress: On Thursday, NBC’s Chuck Todd challenged Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) claim that...Show More Summary
Marco Rubio on Thursday morning, saying he just can't understand why Big Bad Obama won't call for a DOJ investigation into the IRS: MARTHA MacCALLUM: If you really want to make a statement as president about how egregious you think this is, why would you not want want to do that [open a criminal investigation]? MARCO RUBIO: I don't know. Show More Summary
As Alexandra Jaffe reported in the Hill, a new PPP poll is out that shows Hillary Clinton dominating Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) by 10 points in a 2016 match-up.Only New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), who I have praised and wh...
“The president doesn’t have clean hands in this,” Marco Rubio told Fox News this morning. ”This organization of his, this administration has created a culture of intimidation.” The Florida senator pointed to the tone president has set...Show More Summary
On Thursday, NBC’s Chuck Todd challenged Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) claim that the Obama administration has created a “culture of intimidation” in which “everything is about politics and destroying your opponent and dividing the American people for your electoral gain,” pointing out that the Rubio’s own PAC is actively fundraising from the ongoing scandals in [...]
The Heritage Foundation recently issued a comprehensive report showing that Sen. Marco Rubio’s plan to instantly legalize 11.5 million illegal immigrants would add $6.3 trillion to the nation’s budget deficits over the next 50 years....Show More Summary