Forbes George Leef February 27, 2014 When it comes to higher education, most politicians are “cheerleaders.” They’re content to speak the usual pieties about the importance of college and never do anything that could upset the status quo. In a recent speech at Miami-Dade College, however, Florida Senator Marco Rubio suggested several higher education changes that might […]Read more about this story..
Sunshine State News Kevin Derby February 25, 2014 The Obama administration started unveiling its 2015 defense budget on Monday and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is up in arms, insisting the cuts are too deep and are leaving America unprepared for military action. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of […]Read more about this story..
CNN By Peter Hamby January 27, 2014 As Gov. Chris Christie continues to fend off accusations of corruption in New Jersey, another Republican with possible designs on the White House, Marco Rubio, spent last week 7,000 miles away from the controversy, burnishing his foreign policy resume with a three-country trip through Asia. The Florida senator […]Read more about this story..
The Hill By: Justin Sink and Amie Parnes December 10, 2013 Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) blasted President Obama on Tuesday after the president shook hands with Cuban leader Raul Castro at the memorial service for Nelson Mandela. “If the president was going to shake his hand, he should have asked him about those basic freedoms […]Read more about this story..
National Review Online By: Marco Rubio November 22, 2013 As our nation debates the future of America’s role in the world, we should ask ourselves: Which principles do we want guiding this debate? After all, foreign policy cannot be simply about tactics. It must also be strategic, with a clear set of principles that guide […]Read more about this story..