A Victory for Oppression

The announcement by President Obama on Wednesday giving the Castro regime diplomatic legitimacy and access to American dollars isn’t just bad for the oppressed Cuban people, or for the millions who live in exile and lost everything at the hands of the dictatorship. Mr. Obama’s new Cuba policy is a victory for oppressive governments the…

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Raise ladders of opportunity, not just the minimum wage

Thanksgiving in my house was probably a lot like it is in most others. It’s a day for faith, family, food and football. It was a day to gather together under one roof and reflect on the blessings we’ve been given as a family. We were joined by my mother, and that’s a blessing in…

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Marco Rubio to Louisiana for Bill Cassidy

Marco Rubio will spend Saturday in Louisiana campaigning for Republican Senate candidate Bill Cassidy. The Florida senator will headline two rallies and a fundraiser with the Baton Rouge congressman, who is considered a heavy frontrunner to defeat Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu in the Dec. 6 runoff.…

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‘America is in trouble’: Rubio backs Gardner in new video

Marco Rubio is throwing his weight behind Cory Gardner. A new Reclaim America PAC video — a political action committee formed by the Florida Republican senator — is up in support of Gardner, a Colorado congressman who’s challenging Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in November’s midterm elections.…

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A Pro-Family, Pro-Growth Tax Reform

Too many Americans believe the American dream is slipping away for them and their children. They see their cost of living rise while their paychecks remain stagnant. They see an economy that benefits stockbrokers but not stock clerks. They see the ladder of economic opportunity being pulled farther up and out of their reach.…

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America Needs Innovation, Not Political Stunts

One of the telltale signs that an election is coming up is Harry Reid’s agenda in the Senate. When, instead of moving to serious measures, you see him using valuable time pushing political messaging bills, you know the midterms are fast approaching. With Nov. 4 now less than two months away, the majority leader announced……

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Let’s reject the veiled isolationism of Obama and Clinton

Washington Post By: Marco Rubio September 12, 2014 President Obama’s call on Wednesday for the United States to lead an international military campaign in the Middle East has the potential to begin a departure from the isolationism that he and former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton have advocated during their years in office. There is a…

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More ObamaCare woes

More ObamaCare Woes: Congress must act to block health insurance bailout FoxNews By: Marco Rubio August 8, 2014 As evidence mounts of a looming taxpayer-funded bailout of health insurance companies under ObamaCare, the urgency grows for Congress to take this possibility off the table for good. As expected, ObamaCare’s costs are rising, and health insurers…

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Saving Social Security and Medicare

National Review Online By Marco Rubio August 5, 2014 Last week’s trustees report on the financial health of Social Security and Medicare underscores a fact that everyone in Washington is aware of but few are willing to do anything about: Both of these crucial safety-net programs are on a path to insolvency. According to the…

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Rubio: Iran Nuclear Negotiations a ‘Disaster’

Washington Free Beacon July 29, 2014 Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) blasted U.S. nuclear negotiations with Iran Tuesday, saying the rolling back of sanctions and allowance of the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism to enrich uranium constituted a “dangerous national security failure.” “This entire thing is a disaster,” Rubio said. “It’s not just an embarrassing…

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