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Marco Rubio

Poor Little Marco

Poor Little Marco

The junior senator from Florida is in a bind these days. Nobody seems to want him — in their office buildings. We’re already at two — offices in Tampa and Jacksonville — who have told Rubio they will NOT be renewing his contract. Maybe his hypocrisy-laden past has come back to haunt him.


Two-faced? Cowardly? Both.

Two-faced? Cowardly? Both.

If there is one thing I agree with Donald Trump on is his reference to Marco Rubio as “Little Marco.” And on Monday, Sen. Rubio, once again, lived up to the pejorative nickname Trump used to describe him. After much chest-thumping, Rubio announced on Facebook that he will vote in favor of Rex Tillerson for secretary of state.


It may end up being the neo-fascist clown against an old socialist in the race for president

It may end up being the neo-fascist clown against an old socialist in the race for president

At this time last year political pundits had practically crowned Jeb Bush the Republican nominee, but it’s turned out to be an unusual year. Then there’s the matter of the Hillary race – a case of déjà vu?


How Rubio helped his ex-con brother-in-law acquire a real estate license

How Rubio helped his ex-con brother-in-law acquire a real estate license

When Marco Rubio was majority whip of the Florida House of Representatives, he used his official position to urge state regulators to grant a real estate license to his brother-in-law, a convicted cocaine trafficker who had been released from prison 20 months earlier.


Let’s call him the fabulist

Let’s call him the fabulist

Give the junior senator from Florida credit. It is his gift: a great ability to fabulate, convince others that his story is true, and then turn his tales into dollars.


Marco Rubio: Beauty and the beast

Marco Rubio: Beauty and the beast

Marco Rubio presents a nice persona but his ideology and his policy positions from the time he was in the Florida legislature to this moment are mean, mean, mean.


Marco Rubio, ‘dark money’, and attacks on politicians

Marco Rubio, ‘dark money’, and attacks on politicians

Nonprofits with a 501 c.4 designation are free from any obligation to announce where their money comes from. The dark money reaching campaigns have risen from $6 million in 2004 to $309 million in 2012, reports the Florida Center for Investigative Reporting.


Marco’s upside down logic on Cuba

Marco’s upside down logic on Cuba

Marco Rubio recently tore into President Obama for saying that the old way of Cuba policy “hasn’t worked for 50 years,” then in a speech he claims that the race for the future will never be won by going backward. Which is it, Marco? You can’t have it both ways…


Conexion Miami / Marco’s $pending still a problem

Conexion Miami / Marco’s $pending still a problem

Marco Rubio’s penchant for spending money that does not belong to him on himself and his family keeps biting him in the butt.


Jeb announces (officially) candidacy for president

Jeb announces (officially) candidacy for president

Jeb Bush announced his 2016 candidacy for President of the United States in Miami at the Kendall campus of Miami-Dade College. Progreso Weekly offers you what was the prepared speech.


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