I know it's all Rick Scott's fault. Tallahassee media tell us that all the time.
The bogus war on women of Election 2014 turned into a gusher of a win for GOP women.
We're being told Republicans are backing off their anti-Obamacare media buys. And you know what? To some degree, they are.
Female income inequity is real and it's wrong, but women aren't going to win the war for equal pay by blatantly lying about it.
Well, you can hardly blame her, can you?
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., took to the floor of the U.S. Senate on Thursday to warn about taxpayers being forced to bail out President Barack Obama's federal health-care law:
Twenty-nine states have laws specifically restricting or prohibiting the collection, use or disclosure of an individual's Social Security number. Florida isn't one of them.
Washington, they say, is Hollywood for ugly people. I don't know about that, but certainly 2013 in the nation's capital hit new peaks for bipartisan buffoonery and uselessness.
During the White House’s much-maligned Affordable Care Act rollout, President Barack Obama suggested purchasing health care insurance would be as easy as ordering “a TV from Amazon.”
The following is the full text of the address Florida Sen. Marco Rubio gave Friday on the floor of the U.S. Senate.
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