There was a hit piece on Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in The Washington Post on Friday. The writer took the time to research Rubio’s parents’ immigration papers.
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Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will keynote the annual Lincoln Day dinner on Sat., March 19, in Jacksonville, home of the Duval County Republican Party. The 2011 dinner is actually a combined celebration to benefit GOP local parties in Duval, Nassau, Baker, Clay and St. John’s Counties.
In a press release, Duval GOP chairman Lenny Curry said, “Republicans are demanding a sweeping victory in 2012 and working together with our donors and grassroots machine, the NE Florida party chairmen intend to provide it.”
Rubio could well be key to a "sweeping victory in 2012."
Is it inappropriate to ask whether Democrats want the U.S. economy to fail?
Considering some of the policies pressed by the White House and Congress, the question is entirely appropriate. President Barack Obama’s unpredictable positions on offshore drilling in the Gulf suggest he is not looking out for the best interests of the U.S.
The US Report asked Jeff Congo with August Drive to let us know how the Jacksonville-based band’s trip to US Naval Station Guantanamo Bay (otherwise known as Gitmo) went. Lead vocalist/guitarist Jeff and his fellow band members Jason Ramsey (bass), Evan Cameron (lead guitar) and Chris Condon (drums) traveled to the base over the July 4 holiday to entertain US troops. Jeff agreed to share some photos from the trip.