A new Reuters poll finds Donald Trump lead the GOP presidential race nationally with 33%, followed by Ted Cruz at 21%, Ben Carson at 12%, Marco Rubio at 11% and Jeb Bush at 8%.
Donald Trump still leads, but Ted Cruz is rising to second place among Republicans. The Donald has 33% in the latest Reuters poll, with Ted Cruz at 21%, Ben Carson at 12%, Marco Rubio 11.4% and Jeb Bush 7.9%. Now read this:Carson: Abortion Like Slavery, Not ‘An Issue Of Women’s Rights’ (Nov 24, 2015) Congressman: [...]
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has left voters confused after saying citizens must obey civil authorities but that "God's rules always win," leaving some Christian conservatives unsure whether he believes laws concerning issues such as same-sex marriage should be ignored or upheld. "We are clearly called in the Bible to adhere to our civil authorities. […]
Marco Rubio continued his charm offensive with social conservative homophobes Wednesday when he told David Brody of the Christian Broadcasting Network that the Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage and abortion are "not settled law" and that we are "called" to try to change them. Show More Summary
While U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio was campaigning in Iowa this week he made a stop in Cedar Rapids to join pastors in prayer. Christian Broadcasting Network reporter David Brody captured images of Rubio’s solemn session as the preachers laid...Show More Summary
In a bid to increase his creds with the religious right community, Senator Marco Rubio, who has converted to Catholicism, went on the CBN to decree that God's law trumps the Supreme Court or any other court in America. And those sinful...Show More Summary
Pandering to the religious right, Marco Rubio says God’s law trumps (you’ll pardon the expression) court rulings. “In essence, if we are ever ordered by a government authority to personally violate and sin — violate God’s law and sin — if we’re ordered to stop preaching the Gospel, if we’re ordered to perform a same-sex [...]
MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio says the Obama administration is making the United States less safe instead of more secure. Rubio spoke just after the president said at the White House that there is "no specific and credible intelligence" to suggest terrorists have plans to strike the U.S. over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Ted Cruz is surging in Iowa. That doesn't means he'll win the nomination—Santorum famously surged from behind in Iowa in 2012 (ick!)—but Cruz's Iowa surge is forcing Marco Rubio to wiggle his tongue further up the butts of evangelicals...Show More Summary
If the range of Republican attitudes toward religious minorities and non-citizens who want to live in the U.S. extends from one exclusionary pole, represented by Donald Trump, to another pole of grudging tolerance, represented by Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio is dancing around the middle point between them. Show More Summary
1. Ben Carson; 2. Ted Cruz; 3. Carly Fiorina; 4. Donald Trump; 5. Chris Christie; 6. Jeb Bush; 7. Marco Rubio
This article is not about the upcoming Star Wars movie. But it is the article you are looking for! The GOP primary electorate has a Force that “surrounds us” and “binds the [GOP] together”. That Force is the somewhat conservative voter, the person who shares the ideals of a movement conservative but has the temperament of a moderate. Show More Summary
Marriage equality is already the law of the land, but Marco Rubio wants to change the law, not accept it.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) forced a shutdown over it. Every GOP presidential candidate vows to repeal it. But only Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) can claim to have done something tangible to hobble, maybe permanently, Obamacare. He went after the “risk corridors,” the insurance for the insurance companies participating in the Obamacare exchanges designed to cushion […]
We all know that dark money is this year's hotness, right? So who's the king of dark money? It turns out the answer is Marco Rubio. Other candidates all have their Super PACs, but Super PACs disclose their donors. Rubio has the Conservative Solutions Project, a 501(c)(4) that doesn't. Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders and Killer Mike may have shared fried chicken and yams in Georgia this week, but GOP presidential hopeful Marco Rubio is clearly seeking approval from an even bigger rapper: Drake. In this week's New Yorker, the 44-year-old junior senator from Florida discusses his newfound admiration of rap and hip-hop... More »
Yesterday we reported on how a Super PAC that has apparently supports Senator Marco Rubio has taken up [mc_name name='Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)' chamber='senate' mcid='R000595' ]'s attack line against Senator Ted Cruz. Back in July, Ted Cruz...Show More Summary
In a move that some might read as “bad luck,” or “jinxing it,” Republican presidential candidates Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio and Ben Carson attempted the absolute most important task of any United States president: pardoning the Thanksgiving turkey. None were particularly good at it, which is fine, because none of them will ever actually do it. Read more...
Mother Jones came out today with a racist article, and led their home page with it today. The publication has come out with an attack on non-violent convicted felons participating in the political process in Florida, because they think it'll hurt [mc_name name='Sen. Show More Summary