(Paul Mirengoff) Sen. Marco Rubio says that if Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid brought the immigration reform bill that Rubio sponsored last year to the floor for a vote now, he would vote against it. Rubio explained that passing his immigration bill wouldn’t be productive, and thus the vote would only be for show. Show More Summary
Appearing on Newsmax TV’s America’s Forum, I squared off with Ellis Henican, from Newsday to discuss Senator Rubio’s recent letter to President Obama regarding immigration. In that letter, Marco asked the president not to take unilateral action through executive order and instead allow for the legislature to be able to make progress on this issue. Show More Summary
Unbeaten middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin and the people directing his career understand the challenges of getting American fight fans interested in a Kazakhstan boxer whom everyone seems to be avoiding.
“They’re hurting their own cause because you don’t have a right to illegally immigrate into the United States,” Sen. Marco Rubio said. The post Faced With DREAMers They Seek To Deport, Republicans Abandon Moderate Immigrant Position appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Last year, Marco Rubio and his allies like Ted Cruz and Rand Paul spent their summer ginning up support for a risky plan to gut Obamacare or cause a government shutdown. As a result of their reckless gamesmanship, Republicans shut down the government for 16 days, costing the economy $24 billion. Show More Summary
If there is any doubt that Sen. Marco Rubio has changed his tone on immigration, it was extinguished this week.
Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) seized on remarks by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) in an interview with Breitbart News, citing his desire to address immigration in a government spending bill to argue he's thirsting for a government shutdown. Show More Summary
Marco Rubio hinted at it, and now Iowa Congressman Steve King does more than hint. Since this worked out so well for Republicans last time, it surely makes sense they think it will work the next time. King, R-Kiron, said “all bets are off” on a continuing resolution if President Barack Obama follows through with [...]
Wednesday at the White House press briefing, press secretary Josh Earnest was asked about a Breitbart report that Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) is hinting at a government shutdown if President Barack Obama takes unilateral action on immigration. Show More Summary
by Dish Staff Kilgore remarks upon Rubio’s immigration “course correction“: It really is amazing the extent to which partisan and ideological predispositions can affect how one interprets the same data. I look at Marco Rubio’s behavior on the immigration issue over the last sixteen months and see an unusually shameless flip-flop by a man willing […]
Florida Senator Marco Rubio who, himself, has not been consistent on the immigration issue, hints that President Obama’s actions on immigration could result in a government shutdown. “There will have to be some sort of a budget vote or a continuing resolution vote, so I assume there will be some sort of a vote on [...]
Jim Manley: A letter from Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) to President Obama warning about executive actions on immigration shouldn't stop the president.
Marco Rubio was once the GOP's great hope for reversing its demographic doom -- now he's groveling to the Tea Party
Former rising star, and experienced rake-stepper Marco Rubio took a little trip to South Carolina last night, trying to establish his credibility in the home office of American sedition. Look. There goes Senator Rubio now, walking across a lovely lit...
YouTube This video is making the rounds today, because it's a sad look at how extreme and insane the Republican Party has become in the Tea Party era. Marco Rubio, once considered a pro-immigration Republican who favored the DREAM Act, scolds a group of Latino protesters in front of an angry...
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) partnered with Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) to pass a comprehensive immigration bill that would grant citizenship to millions of illegal aliens. That was then – a little over a year ago. Show More Summary
Once upon a time, this: That cover was predicated on the idea that Republicans needed Latinos to win national elections, and since his last name was "Rubio," ta-da! The Republicans were saved! And for a while, Rubio was okay on immigration reform, even helping move a reform package out of the Senate. Show More Summary
ANDERSON, South Carolina (CNN) - Marco Rubio came to South Carolina this week hoping to win over the kind of conservative hardliners who turned on him last year as the Senate immigration reform bill he sponsored hit a roadblock in the Republican-controlled House. By the time Rubio addressed a massive GOP fundraiser here on Monday […]
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) wrote in a letter to President Barack Obama on Tuesday that he is “increasingly alarmed” at the president’s plans for an executive action that would grant amnesty to upwards of 5 to 6 million illegal aliens. Rubio...Show More Summary
Note from Senior Management: CNN's Peter Hamby captures Sen Marco Rubio's mea culpa for 'Gang of Eight' among the grassroots in the key primary state of South Carolina. We reprint here. Anderson, South Carolina (CNN) -- Marco Rubio came...Show More Summary