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Some people were hoping for big-time fireworks yesterday during former FBI Director James Comey’s Senate Intelligence Committee testimony. Alas, nothing explosive took place, and there were no great revelations that came out of it. Still, there were political winners and losers left long after the lights dimmed in the hearing room and everybody left for the day. Time will tell how this plays out, but | Read More »
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Marco Rubio’s Twitter account started posted a string of tweets this morning that just disturbed the hell out out reporters. Get it? Marco Rubio is tweeting out Bible verses this morning. This is oddly terrifying. https://t.co/tBZLk1on4E — Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) May 16, 2017 Marco Rubio quotes the Bible: “do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid” https://t.co/8PAC3ButHK — John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) May 16, | Read More »
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President Trump did an interview with Bill O’Reilly scheduled to be released today where he excuses Vladimir Putin being, in the words of O’Reilly, “a killer.” I detailed some of it here including the astonishing number of Russian journalists who have been murdered since Putin came to power. Senator Marco Rubio has apparently seen the snippet of the interview because he had this to say | Read More »
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Earlier this month, John McCain suggested in colorful language that he was unlikely to support Rex Tillerson, Donald Trump’s nominee for Secretary of State: President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for secretary of state will reportedly not have the support of one of the Senate’s top Republicans. As Rex Tillerson, formerly the CEO of Exxon Mobil, made the rounds on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Sen. John McCain | Read More »
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Jerusalem is the eternal capital of Israel. Period.
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Senators are trying to protect the illegal aliens some call “Dreamers” before President-elect Trump takes office and implements his plans to crackdown on illegal immigration. According to The Guardian, South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham and Illinois’ Dick Durbin are crafting legislation to send a message to Trump: This is a very defining moment about who we are as a party. This is a test for America, not | Read More »
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Oops. Speaking with Sean Hannity on Tuesday evening, Florida Senator Marco Rubio made the prediction that President-elect Trump’s cabinet picks would face little resistance in getting confirmed to their assigned posts. Democrats that might be feeling antsy about that can thank themselves. In 2013, then-Majority Leader Harry Reid led the charge to change filibuster rules, in order to allow a simple majority vote to confirm | Read More »
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Marco Rubio has been a vocal critic of Fidel Castro and President Obama’s lukewarm reaction to his death. Tonight at approximately 6:15 pm, Rubio is taking his case to the Senate Floor. It’s been announced that the Senator from Florida will be speaking on the “true legacy” of Fidel Castro. When Fidel Castro died on Saturday, Rubio released the following statement: “Fidel Castro seized power | Read More »