Marco Rubio: Place saving Medicare above partisan politics

During the past few years, the urgency of saving Medicare has really hit home for me. My 81-year old mother has had to cope with several strokes. She’s relied on Medicare to pay for doctor visits, hospital stays and medicines.

Similarly, my father relied on Medicare. When he was diagnosed with lung cancer, access to care through Medicare not only prolonged his life, it also allowed him to live his final months with dignity.

Medicare is a program we should all be proud of. America needs it to continue without any benefit reductions for those, like my mother, who are currently in the system and for those about to enter it. But we need it to survive for my generation and my children’s generation, too.

Southwest Florida Catholic institutions to fight federal contraceptive mandate

 …Meanwhile, Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio announced his Religious Freedom Restoration Act in response to the law.

"As Americans, we should all be appalled by an activist government so overbearing and so obsessed with forcing mandates on the American people that it forces such a choice on religious institutions," Rubio wrote Feb. 3 in the New York Post.

Republicans see a vulnerable Obama in Florida

The Republican National Committee is out with a new memo highlighting President Obama’s general election weakness in Florida - on the same day of the GOP primary there.

"The Sunshine state looks awfully cloudy for Obama," RNC political director Rick Wiley told reporters Tuesday. "You look at President Obama’s chances of winning re-election, he’s going to have a very difficult time in Florida."


RNC Hispanic Outreach Director Bettina Inclán discusses importance of Hispanic vote


Debbie Wasserman Schultz estaba en lo cierto en el 2008. Ella sabía que Barack Obama no estaba listo para el trabajo y cuatro años más tarde todos sabemos que ella tenía razón.