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Trey Gowdy Doesn’t See the Next Ronald Reagan Coming

Rep. Trey Gowdy flew down to Florida this week to support two of his friends, former Congresswoman Sandy Adams, who is running for Congress in Florida’s 6th congressional district, as well as Rep. Ron DeSantis, who is running for the U.S. Senate seat Marco Rubio is vacating in 2016.

Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks during a Americans for Peace, Prosperity, and Security national security forum event at the Cedar Rapids Public Library on October 2, 2015 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Rubio answered questions from moderator Jeanne Meserve about national security issues ranging from Russia and ISIS to cyber security and China.

Marco Rubio Faces Attacks for Quitting Senate

When it was reported that Sen. Marco Rubio hated being in the U.S. Senate and was running for president because he was “frustrated” with how that chamber of Congress worked, it took me back to 2012, when I first caught wind of this frustration he had with the governing body in which he was elected to serve.


Mainstream Media Loves Them Some Cuban TV

Ever since President Obama decided to “normalize” relations with communist Cuba, business owners and media types alike have been salivating over the idea of possibly being able to rake in big dinero (money, in Español) with the lifting of the long-standing economic sanctions the U.S. has imposed on that regime.

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Casino Magnate Sheldon Adelson Poised to Back Marco Rubio

As Sen. Marco Rubio continues to climb in the national GOP presidential polls, so do his prospects of picking up major donors, whose big bucks could very well push him across his party’s primary finish line in 2016–donors such as casino magnate Sheldon Adelson.

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Wounded Vets Rally Against Obama’s Iran Nuke Deal

The newly-organized anti-Iran nuclear deal group, Veterans Against The Deal, held a 300+ person rally last week outside the Aventura, Florida, congressional office of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) in hopes to pressure her to vote against President Obama’s controversial and highly-unpopular Iran nuclear deal.