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  1. Trump's Deregulation Frenzy Isn't Trumpism, It's RepublicanismRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Common Dreams

    "The rest of the story is a sorry tale of the revolving door between industry lobbyists and the institutions that are supposed to keep the rest of us safe from industry excesses." In keeping with our theme of Monday morning, we note that, on Tuesday, the administration* plans to implement more of its Child Asthma and Planetary Extinction Program Plan by rolling back a whole host of clean-air regulations.


  2. Inside the Beltway: Ann Coulter: Trump-hating left lost its mindRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Some reading to consider from Ann Coulter , already an author of a dozen previous books. The succinct message of her new title tells it all: "Resistance Is Futile! How the Trump-Hating Left Lost its Collective Mind," published Tuesday.


  3. Miami Politician Loses Herald Endorsement to Candidate "Abducted by Aliens"Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Miami New Times

    From 1992 through 1998, Bruno Barreiro served in the Florida House of Representatives. From 1998 until this year, he was a Miami-Dade County commissioner.


  4. The GOP's Social Security RaidRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    ... should consider the consequences before signing up for a major expansion of the entitlement state. Senator Marco Rubio recently rolled out a bill that would allow Americans to collect Social Security benefits to take time off from work after having ...


  5. Trump stokes immigration as a top campaign issueRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | SFGate

    ... though he agreed with the Supreme Court that the policy is constitutional. And Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio said there were two issues to consider. "One is whether the president has an authority to say that there are countries that whose ...


  6. N.H. voters want Trump challenged there in 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Hot Air

    A new pre-midterm poll just out in New Hampshire finds almost half of respondents say the economy is better today under President Trump than the last guy to hold that office. However, a whopping majority of New Hampshire voters - and fully 40 percent of Republicans - say it would "be a good thing" if at least one other Republican challenged Trump in the state's 2020 primary.


  7. David Hogg says he plans to run for Congress when he's 25Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Fox News

    David Hogg, the 18-year-old school shooting survivor turned gun-control activist, says he's gearing up to run for Congress when he's constitutionally eligible. Speaking to New York Magazine , Hogg described his ideal seven-year plan, which culminates with him running for the House of Representatives when he's 25. "I think I've come to that conclusion," he told the magazine.


  8. How the DEA let one of Haiti's biggest drug busts slip through its fingersRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Customs and Border Protection, with the Coast Guard, found 2,000 pounds of cocaine hidden on a Haitian freighter on the Miami River, the biggest drug bust in 12-15 years in terms of poundage, June 1, 2016. In April 2015, 700 to 800 kilos of cocaine and 300 kilos of heroin with an estimated U.S. street value of $100 million were found on a Panamanian-flagged cargo ship, but most of the drugs were dispersed before the Coast Guard was able to apprehend them.


  9. In Alabama, Challenging Hidden Racial DiscriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The New York Times

    The city of Birmingham, Ala., where some of the civil rights movement's most consequential struggles took place 50 years ago, is now ground zero in a new 21st-century fight against economic inequality and racial oppression, with implications for communities of color across the country. In a little-noted but profoundly important ruling , a federal appeals court recently issued a major decision resurrecting an innovative lawsuit brought by Birmingham fast-food workers against the state of Alabama.


  10. Russia Sanctions Bill Tweaks in Senate May Curb Spillover RisksRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    The leading effort in Congress to deter Russia from meddling in the U.S. midterm elections is likely to be rewritten to minimize unintended effects on global economies from stiff automatic sanctions on sovereign debt and energy. "We want to make sure that the economic harm is confined as much as possible to the Russian economy and the spillover effects are limited," said Senator Chris Van Hollen, a Maryland Democrat.


  11. Chinese Infiltration in American SchoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | American Thinker

    ... are quite adept at this. More recently, "at a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence hearing , U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) highlighted the threat posed by China's growing influence[.]" As a result, the University of West Florida announced it ...


  12. Senators Call on Administration to Address Ethnic Cleansing in BurmaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | WTCA-AM Plymouth

    U.S. Senator Todd Young , Jeff Merkley , Marco Rubio , and Dick Durbin , along with 13 of their colleagues, Friday pressed the U.S. Secretary of State to take a number of actions in response to the ethnic cleansing being committed against the Rohingya people in Burma, including speaking out publicly about the atrocities and imposing additional sanctions on the Burmese military. "While the United States is the largest contributor to the humanitarian response-a reflection of the generosity of the American spirit-the United States government must do more," the senators wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo .


  13. Guest opinion: Marco Rubio's proposal is Americans' best shot at getting paid family leaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Deseret News

    Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., left, and Rep. Ann Wagner, R-Mo., attend a news conference to discuss Paid Family Leave legislation, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018. Early this month, Sen. Marco Rubio introduced the Economic Security for New Parents Act, a proposal for paid family leave that is modeled after one that I developed.


  14. Rubio and Baldwin Want To Get Tough On ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | News Talk Florida

    This week, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., paired up with U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., to bring out the "Fair Trade with China Enforcement Act" which, they insist, will "safeguard American workers and businesses from China's economic cheating and unfair trade practices." Rubio's and Baldwin's bill would stop the sale of national security sensitive technology and intellectual property to China, ensure China is taxed for its holdings on the U.S. national debt and other investments in America and ensure the federal government doesn't engage in businesses like Huawei and ZTE which are connected to the Chinese regime and have been accused of aiding in espionage.


  15. Sen. Nelson speaks to 10News about Russia hacking claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    They even sent out this response, "Although the Department has already reached out to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and they have not confirmed the claims made by Senator Nelson that "Russians are in Florida's election records," we continue to aggressively pursue answers." Nelson would not go into detail about his claims but referred to a report out by NBC News that confirms what Nelson has been saying to be true, saying they spoke with three classified sources.


  16. Nancy Pelosi is under fire, but ousting her isn't the answerRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 18 | WAAY

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is under fire. A debate has unfolded within the Democratic Party about whether she needs to go.


  17. Florida election officials seek info as support builds for Nelsona s Russian-hack claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 18 | The Miami Herald

    Florida election officials said Saturday they are seeking more information to combat any possibility of ongoing hacking efforts on county voting systems, as support mounted over the weekend for Sen. Bill Nelson's recent claims that Russian operatives have "penetrated" some county voter registration databases in Florida ahead of the 2018 elections. A U.S. government official familiar with the matter confirmed to McClatchy on Saturday an NBC news report that Nelson was right when he said Russian hackers had "penetrated" some of Florida's county voting systems.


  18. What's Left in Nicaragua after OrtegaRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 18 | Dissident Voice

    ... their own people. According to NACLA , these students "shared pictures on social media posing with Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), who represent most conservative, right-wing and hawkish sectors of the ...


  19. Nevada Democrats hope Latinos can propel them to victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 18 | The Las Vegas Sun

    As temperatures topped 110 degrees recently outside a Latin American grocery store in Las Vegas, 19-year-old Diara Hernandez bounded up to customers, greeting them with a smile and a clipboard to ask in Spanish if they're registered to vote - or can vote. Hernandez, a College of Southern Nevada political science student and aspiring immigration lawyer, is part of the Democratic Party's battalion of volunteers working to register and engage Latino voters in this year's midterms. 83 comments

  20. Sen. Bill Nelson stands by Russia claims as Florida officials want answersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 17 | KAPP-TV Yakima

    Florida's Sen. Bill Nelson said in an interview he stands by his declaration that Russians have "already penetrated" the state's voting systems -- even as local officials await his response to their demand for more information. After issuing a tersely worded letter Thursday asking Nelson to explain by Friday his statements about a hack of Florida's election system, election officials in the state say they still have not heard from him.