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Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio
Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is an American politician and lawyer. Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives during the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district.
Marco Antonio Rubio (born May 28, 1971) is an American politician and lawyer. Rubio was the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives during the 2007 and 2008 legislative sessions. He was first elected to the Florida House as a Republican on January 25, 2000, from the 111th district. « Show less

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  • Florida editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: Feb. 15 Miami Herald on homeland insecurity: Congressional Republicans bungled just about every chance to take action on immigration reform. President Obama, eventually, took action on immigration reform. So...
  • RPOF names interim staff

    RPOF names interim staff
    The overhaul of the Republican Party of Florida finally has led to an interim staff, though a permanent staff still is in the waiting. Veteran political adviser David Johnson will lead. Since Blaise Ingoglia won the chairmanship in a surprise move...
  • Shadow of Clinton war vote hangs over other 2016 contenders

    In 2002, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton cast a vote in favor of the Iraq war that would later come to haunt her presidential campaign. Now, a new crop of senators eying the White House — Republicans Marco Rubio of Florida, Rand Paul of Kentucky and...
  • In Illinois stop, Chris Christie points to 'abject failure' in Oval Office

    In Illinois stop, Chris Christie points to 'abject failure' in Oval Office
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, giving a fundraising speech in the northwest suburbs Thursday, described Americans as being anxious because of "an absolute, abject failure in the Oval Office." The likely 2016 presidential candidate was the keynote...
  • In Brian Williams' case, will Americans forgive and forget?

    When it comes to the honesty demanded of public figures, Americans appear to be a fickle bunch. Former President Clinton is once again a widely admired leader, despite infamous prevarications regarding his relationship with Monica Lewinsky. In contrast,...
  • Koch brothers and Christian Grey: Not as different as you think

    Koch brothers and Christian Grey: Not as different as you think
    Does "50 Shades of Grey" offer any insight into billionaires like the Koch Brothers? The "mommy porn" book trilogy and the new movie upon which it is based tells the story of Christian Grey, a young, hunky member of the world's top 1 percent who draws a...
  • Homeland insecurity: Congress playing a dangerous game with Americans' safety

    The following editorial appeared in The Miami Herald on Monday, Feb. 16: Congressional Republicans bungled just about every chance to take action on immigration reform. President Barack Obama, eventually, took action on immigration reform. So the GOP...
  • Sen. Graham's possible 2016 bid keeps others on hold in SC

    South Carolina voters often think of themselves as presidential tie-breakers, enjoying their prime role as the next to cast ballots after Iowa's caucuses and New Hampshire's primary. But what if there's a ringer in the race? The state's senior senator,...
  • As Cuba policy moves forward, chief critic Rubio faces stiff odds reversing it

    WASHINGTON In December, just hours after the White House abruptly changed course in the nation's relationship with Cuba, Sen. Marco Rubio laid down his marker. "I intend to use every tool at our disposal in the majority to unravel as many of these...
  • The tactical giving of Jeb Bush's fearsome fundraising machine

    WASHINGTON As Jeb Bush stockpiles a political fund for his presidential campaign-in-waiting, his finance committee has given $122,800 to Republican officials and state parties in the first five weeks of its existence, an indication of the tactical focus...
  • Republicans haven't quite worked out a foreign policy beyond 'not Obama'

    Most presidential campaigns focus mostly on domestic issues such as the economy, taxes and healthcare, not foreign policy. But the 2016 presidential campaign is already shaping up to be an exception to that rule. For one thing, the world is a mess....