Today's source material, from the supposedly "serious" National Review: The piece is just a cut and paste of official statements from various Republicans like Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and John Boehner. But the comments, oh the comments.... check them out below the fold.
(Paul Mirengoff) The Washington Post reports that Marco Rubio is “making a push this week to burnish his foreign policy credentials and establish gravitas on the world stage ahead of a possible 2016 presidential run.” To this end, he traveled to London to deliver an address on foreign policy and meet British leaders. Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-Fla.) political action committee is launching a major ad campaign backing Rep. Tom Cotton's (R-Ark.) Senate bid, its first move to help a 2014 candidate.The Reclaim America PAC ad, set to run...
Sen. Marco Rubio plans to come to the aid of a House Republican colleague this week with an oversized TV ad buy in Arkansas supporting the Senate campaign of Rep. Tom Cotton.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), in his quest to reclaim stature among conservatives, visited London and delivered a foreign policy speech on Tuesday. It was an improvement in both style and substance from the phone-it-in effort he turned in a couple of weeks ago at the American Enterprise Institute. For one thing, there was some detail […]
This description of Marco Rubio’s recent speech at Chatham House in London …
Excerpts from his interview with TNR's Isaac Chotiner:CS: [One] thing the Tea Party does is threaten their fellow Republicans. They actually threaten them. If you punched in—I used to do this—“Marco Rubio” when we were doing immigration...Show More Summary
(CNN) - Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, speaking in London at the leading think-thank the Chatham House, said Tuesday America's changing demographics won't affect the country's longtime relationship with the United Kingdom, pushing back at the notion that the U.S.- U.K. bond solely relies on its ancestral ties. In a speech about foreign policy, the potential […]
Gage Skidmore / Flickr I f there’s one simple lesson from past presidential elections I wish reporters and pundits could adopt, it’s this: Stop declaring candidacies dead before the primary even starts! Mistakes during the invisible primary can doom a campaign. Show More Summary
"A new national poll indicates, that for the first time, there may be an early frontrunner in the race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination."Christie gets 24%, polling against Rand Paul, Paul Ryan, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry, Jeb Bush, and Rick Santorum.What about Scott Walker?
The 2016 race is already a source of nearly-constant coverage. Just over the last day or two, we’ve got speculation about Brian Schweizer, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Scott Walker, and of course Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren. And we’re still almost three years out! This is typical of media coverage of the presidential race, […]
Mitch McConnell's spokesman after Harry Reid nuked the filibuster: I'm looking forward to President Rubio stacking the courts. Team McConnell touting President Marco Rubio? That must have been some bad news for Sen. Rand Paul, who only endorsed Mitch in order to win Mitch's 2016 support. But it turns out there's another problem. Show More Summary
The Florida Republican's dubious commentary on America's most famous whistleblower
Marco Rubio talks to Josh Rogin about Iran: Any agreement that allows …
Marco Rubio spoke at the American Enterprise Institute on foreign policy yesterday. …
Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) said he will oppose Janet Yellen, President Obama’s nominee to lead the Federal Reserve,
Washington (CNN) - Sen. Marco Rubio pushed his vision for American foreign policy Wednesday at an event by the conservative American Enterprise Institute. "American leadership has been a force for tremendous good in the world," Rubio said, wondering aloud what kind of world we'd have today if the United States hadn't taken a leading role […]
It’s no secret that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has rattled conservative wonks these days. After a valiant effort on immigration reform, he abandoned the effort, jumped on the shutdown bandwagon and came out on the same side as Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) on Syria. Suddenly, the guy who seemed like the future of the party […]
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, R, sought to tread a fine line between the GOP's warring foreign policy factions on Wednesday in a speech burnishing his own credentials on global matters. During a speech at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank generally k …