First, there was Obamacare, and now, Democrats on Capitol Hill want to require parents to have their children vaccinated to attend public school.
President Obama’s move to take Cuba off the State Sponsors of Terrorism list and “normalize” relations between the U.S. and that criminal regime has been met with bipartisan disapproval in the U.S. Congress, leaving many Americans questioning where their values as a country have gone.
Recent polls indicate that Republicans will not fair as well in the 2016 general election as in the Republican primary elections when it comes down to the controversial issue of immigration reform.
Americans were once again given a stern and ominous warning to stay “vigilant” to the threat of terrorist attacks leading up to July Fourth festivities. This warning comes after the recent radical Islamic terrorist attacks overseas in Kuwait, France, and Tunisia were carried out, as well as continued Islamist threats against the U.S.
While Republicans love to hate her, and Democrats don’t know what to do with her, one thing is certain: Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Rep. Alan Grayson, the outspoken and often controversial congressman from Florida, recently penned an opinion editorial in the Huffington Post, where he pointed out that the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA)—or “Fast-Track”—is unconstitutional.
“The toughest” member of the House freshman class of 2010, according to the New York Times, is back on the campaign trail. Former Congresswoman Sandy Adams (R) has formally announced her candidacy in Florida’s 6th congressional district race.
He isn’t even in the race yet, and Rep. Alan Grayson is already touting an April 6, 2015, Quinnipiac poll that shows him besting Republican Senatorial candidate Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) in the 2016 Senate general election race in Florida.
Just when you thought Democrats couldn’t get any more desperate, Florida’s Democrat Party is pushing a Daily Beast “story” all but blaming Jeb Bush for losing 500 children assigned to the state’s foster care system while he was governor.
Would you believe that Sen. Marco Rubio was heckled by pro-amnesty for illegal alien supporters?
The embattled Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) continues to receive congressional scrutiny over that government agency’s ongoing struggle to provide adequate and timely healthcare to U.S. military servicemen and servicewomen.
With Sen. Marco Rubio leaving the U.S. Senate to run for president in 2016, the race to fill the once-considered safe Republican seat is beginning to take shape in Florida.
Wasserman Schultz went as far as to dig into her Spanish-language, Democratic talking points bag.
Those little New York Times articles (hit pieces) about Senator Marco Rubio and his main squeeze, Jeanette Rubio, receiving 17 traffic infractions, as well as living a lavish, Miami Vice-style life in West Miami, Florida, continue to be clowned by other members of the media.
Just the other day, a youth counselor and former organizer for the Muslim group Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) was busted, allegedly for trying to have sex with a 12-year-old girl in the Orlando, Florida, area.
When you visit the website of the Spanish-language TV network Univision, the issue that the network solely covers, and in some cases promotes, is that of immigration.
Rubio penned a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry pressing him to “prioritize actions in four key areas” during the ongoing “normalizations of relations” between the Castro brothers and the U.S.
Two members of the notorious MS-13 gang have been deported back to their native El Salvador to face murder charges. They are accused of beating a man to death with a baseball bat.
Rubio echoed what McConnell said by calling Paul’s actions against the PATRIOT Act the “reckless spreading of misinformation and political posturing,” according to TampaBay.com.
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.