Marco Rubio is officially the frontrunner in the 2016 presidential election.
With Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, all having announced their run for president, the 2016 presidential primary election is on everyone’s mind. Many, from both sides of the political aisle, are itching to see if grassroots organizations and movements like liberal Moveon.org and the Tea Party will once again factor into the political equation.
Is Jeb Bush trying to lose the 2016 Republican primary race before he even enters the race?
You just have to love our country's former Commander-in-Chief, President George W. Bush.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), chair of the Democratic National Committee, went on the attack against 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on the issue of abortion. Paul responded with a question for the Democrat leader.
Could this answer about attending a gay wedding pose a problem for Rubio with his conservative Republican base?
The pro-amnesty for illegal aliens lobby was out in Miami, ahead of Senator Marco Rubio's presidential announcement, to protest.
With Florida CFO Jeff Atwater abruptly taking his name out of consideration of the 2016 Republican Senate primary race, Senator Rubio's presumed safe Senate seat is now up for grabs.
Rubio has joined his fellow "wacko birds," Ted Cruz and Senator Rand Paul, as the only announced Republican presidential candidates thus far.
With Senator Marco Rubio announcing that he will run for president in 2016, his departure from the Senate will cause a political domino effect, leading many Republicans to worry that his Senate seat could be lost to the Democrats.
Is there a Republican "war on gay" being waged in the state of Florida?
A couple of weeks back, Project Veritas released an undercover video they shot at Cornell University in upstate New York, where one the assistant deans of students agreed with the undercover operative that it would be acceptable to have an ISIS "freedom fighter" address the student body, as well as agreeing that sending care packages to the terrorist organization was also aboveboard at the school.
It might be true that Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are close amigos, but could a contentious Republican presidential primary race create a schism between the long-time political allies?
Families always stick together. This is the case with Jeb Bush and son"Jebbito," who took to Twitter to laugh off what was an obvious mistake by the former governor's Florida Voter Registration application, when he checked off that his race was "Hispanic" and not "White," leaving many to question how or why he would make such a mistake.
We all know that Jeb Bush has been crowned the 2016 GOP presidential nominee by many in the media, as well as by some politicos, who think they know what they are talking about, but really don't.
It is really funny to hear prolific emailer and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denounce Indiana’s religious freedom law, a law that is eerily similar to the one her cigar aficionado husband, President Bill Clinton, fully supported and signed into law back in 1993.
A bit of drama unfolded at Thursday's committee meeting in Tallahassee, Florida, over SB 1046, a bill which has to do with subsidizing the state's film industry. Americans For Prosperity opposes the bill as written, because they believe the bill is nothing more than a boondoggle for the entertainment industry and not a good investment for the state of Florida.
This past weekend, word got out that Senator Marco Rubio had reserved the Freedom Tower in Miami, Florida, for an event, possibly to announce his 2016 presidential intentions.
As some in Florida have long suspected, the fix to eventually help former Florida Governor Jeb Bush win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination has already come to pass.
Senator Marco Rubio once told his students at Florida International University that he and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) had been good friends since their days in the Florida Legislature.
Tax cuts are all the talk this week in the Florida legislature, as the House of Representatives just proposed a $690 million budget tax cut, besting Florida Governor Rick Scott's January tax-cutting efforts by $15 million.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio (R) appeared on Southwest Florida's morning political talk show Daybreak with Drew Steele to discuss his presidential aspirations, among other things, where Steele asked Rubio the simple question of whether or not he was "satisfied with the Republican leadership in Congress."
An attorney from Orange County, California, has introduced a ballot proposal calling for all gays and lesbians, or "Sodomites," to be “put to death by bullets to the head.”
Both Rubio and Cruz are very much alike. The only policy difference between the two conservative senators is on immigration reform.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) announced his 2016 presidential candidacy on Twitter at midnight Monday morning and then followed up the announcement with an epic speech at Liberty University in Virginia, aiming to inspire future generations of Americans.