Marco Rubio Has the Right Ideas, and More


Perhaps the biggest question Marco Rubio's nascent presidential campaign faces is whether conservatives will forgive him for spear-heading comprehensive immigration reform in 2013. And one very well-known conservative has. On his radio show Tuesday, 

Marco Rubio has been compared to President Obama a lot lately. Both were young freshman senators when they announced their presidential campaigns. Both are hip-hop fans. And, theoretically, both are much cooler than your average politician.

This story was updated following Sen. Rubio's evening speech formally announcing his run for president. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) used Hillary Clinton as a foil when he announced Monday evening that he would seek the 

CNN host Jake Tapper turned Sen. Marco Rubio's (R-FL) jab at Hillary Clinton around on him to press the senator on same-sex marriage during an interview on Tuesday. “You are casting yourself as a candidate of a new 

Perhaps the biggest question Marco Rubio's nascent presidential campaign faces is whether conservatives will forgive him for spear-heading comprehensive immigration reform in 2013. And one very well-known conservative has. On his radio show Tuesday,