On a presumed private conference call with the Alabama Republican Party, where he was showcased as the “featured guest,” former Florida Governor Jeb Bush once again expressed his support for Common Core education standards and a “pathway to earned legal status” for millions of illegal aliens.
“If we chose to get in, I don’t think there’s a state out there we wouldn’t play in, other than maybe Florida, where Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are,” said Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on the Laura Ingraham show earlier this week, signaling that his potential presidential campaign could avoid Florida and let Rubio and Bush fight for that state’s delegates.
The 2016 Republican congressional primary race in Florida’s 18th congressional district could very well shape up to be one of the most, if not the most, contested and looked upon primary races of the upcoming election cycle.
I normally do not agree with Alan Grayson, but his latest tweet has me agreeing and saying the same thing.
The presumed gay Mecca that is Key West, Florida, is getting somewhat of a street makeover, as city officials have approved “rainbow-colored crosswalks” for two city streets, essentially for gay-ing up the already very gay-friendly city.
Democrats are skeered of the 43-year-old, Outback Steakhouse-loving, rap music aficionado senator from Miami, Florida, Marco Rubio.
The federal government has just bailed out Florida’s embattled legislature by giving them more Low Income Pool (LIP) dollars to pay for health care, essentially giving them the funds they need to come to a state budget agreement in the upcoming special session.
The Democratic Party long-knives are out and looking to find their way deep into outspoken Democrat Congressman Alan Grayson’s back.
Obama has ordered his federal government to stop issuing certain military items to law enforcement because of the public perception that by using military equipment, law enforcement officers would look more like an “occupying force.”
You have to hand it to Hillary Clinton for focusing on not repeating the same 2008 mistakes she made that cost her the Democratic presidential nomination to then-Senator Barack Obama.
The U.S. House of Representatives has voted on and passed a national defense bill that was stripped of an amendment that would have given all of those executive-amnestied Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) kids the opportunity to enlist in the U.S. military.
According to the American Conservative Union’s 2014 congressional rankings in Florida, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R) is the state’s top conservative, besting Senator Marco Rubio and potential senatorial opponent, Rep. Jeff Miller (R).
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz appeared on Fox News’s “The Kelly File,” where he was asked by host Megyn Kelly to discuss her recent interview with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, who is expected to announce that he will be running for president in the 2016 Republican presidential primary.
As we all expected would happen in the coming months, the Democrat Party has begun their comparison between former President George W. Bush and his younger brother, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
A federal judge’s decision to reopen a lawsuit brought on by Judicial Watch—in which the group asked for access to Hillary Clinton’s emails while she was Secretary of State—cannot be a good sign for the former First Lady’s presidential campaign.
Potential Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has backed his brother George W. Bush’s authorization of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Former Republican Congresswoman Sandy Adams has all but announced that she is running for Rep. Ron DeSantis’s soon-to-be open congressional seat. The popular member of Congress declared that he would seek to replace Senator Marco Rubio in the U.S. Senate.
The upcoming 2016 Republican congressional primary race to replace Rep. Patrick Murphy, who is running for the U.S. Senate, has just been busted wide open.
DeSantis, a Naval Reserve Officer whose foreign policy bona fides are second to none, has already received a ringing endorsement from grassroots heavyweight FreedomWorks PAC.
Last week, Politico reported that Jose Mallea, Senator Marco Rubio’s former 2010 Senate campaign manager, was backing former Governor Jeb Bush and would be hired by Bush’s Right to Rise PAC to do some “Hispanic outreach” for the former governor’s expected 2016 presidential campaign.
After years of speculation, rumor, and firsthand testimonials by Cuban exiles about the human rights violations committed by Fidel Castro and his brother Raul, a new book written by one of Castro’s former right-hand men and bodyguards Juan Reinaldo Sanchez exposes Castro’s reign of terror over the Cuban people.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz is going right after a voting bloc that many believe his Republican colleague in the Senate and presidential opponent, Marco Rubio, has the advantage with.
The main issue that Americans have with Rubio for trying to move this Obama-sanction immigration reform bill, is not so much that the bill acted as a springboard for amnesty of millions of illegal aliens, but because it helped legitimize two of the most liberal, un-American U.S. Senators, Dick Durbin and Chuck Schumer, both of whom represent everything that Rubio stands against.
As expected, the media, especially the Florida press, have quickly made the 2016 Republican presidential primary a race between two conservatives–Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.
The 2016 Republican presidential primary field is starting to take shape, as more and more potential candidates prepare to announce their presidential campaigns.