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Marco Rubio, pundit

Six weeks after losing in the most ignominious way possible, the junior senator from Florida is rested and eager to play pundit. The brief exile has deepened his wisdom, sharpened his wit, and added hair to his legs: 184 more words

Marco Rubio on U.S. Sugar land buy, Donald Trump, Zika, Laremy Tunsil

Sen. Marco Rubio does not support buying U.S. Sugar land south of Lake Okeechobee “at this time” to create a reservoir to reduce harmful discharges into the St. 545 more words

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Republicans are seeing climate change is real. Ignoring that's a risky business.

Conservatives across the U.S. believe that climate change is real reports Scientific American. As weird weather, rising disaster claims, disturbed livelihoods, scientific evidence, and clear messages fill the air, people’s minds are changing. 584 more words

Kevin Mullin Is Disappointed In You

Poor, poor State Sen. Kevin Mullin (R-Oatmeal). He might just have to relinquish his spot in our delegation to the Republican National Convention. And it’s all our fault. 547 more words

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Wake Forest students clock hours on the campaign trail for class credit

Forget dry classroom lectures. This year, 22 Wake Forest University students are traveling around the country to work for presidential candidates’ campaigns. And here’s the kicker: It’s for class credit. 742 more words

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Don't blame Nathan Deal. He voted for Jeb Bush

We know by now that Gov. Nathan Deal is no fan of Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. But, even now, he’s still biting his lip as to whether he supports Ted Cruz, Donald Trump or John Kasich, the remaining upright candidates in the Republican race for the White House. 1,104 more words

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Entertainment Companies Grapple With Immigration Issues for Foreign Workers

When Republican presidential candidates gathered onstage for a debate last month, one media conglomerate found itself in an unenviable position: as their target.

That was The Walt Disney Co., over an incident in 2014 in which it laid off about 250 IT workers at Walt Disney World and enlisted a contracting firm to replace them, including among the new hires foreign workers with H-1B guest-worker visas. 967 more words

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