Thursday, April 25, 2024

Tag: Marco Rubio

Senate panel approves former ExxonMobil chief executive for secretary of state

His nomination now heads to the full Senate, which should confirm him next week.

Marco Rubio: I’m Out

So much for “Marco-mentum.”

When the Poetry of Campaigning Becomes a Cheesy, Dirty Limerick

Political rhetoric in the GOP has degenerated into name-calling and petty insults.

The Curse of Incumbency (And Death of Democracy?)

There's still a chance we can fix it, that it isn't too late. As voters, we have to wake up and do our part to awaken others to the crisis we're facing in this country.

WATCH: This is What the Republican Debates Have Sunk To

The candidates are now fighting over the size of their penis.

Republican Candidates Hate Trump But Will Support Him Anyway

GOP candidates that have previously said a Trump presidency would be devastating are admitting that they would support him if he won the nomination. At least, they're showing solidarity, sort of?

10 Reasons Marco Rubio is no Moderate

Marco Rubio is said to be somewhat moderate, but Robert Reich says differently. Here’s why...

The Five Worst Foreign Policy Moments of the GOP New Hampshire...

The New Hampshire GOP debate’s most charged moments may have been mostly on domestic issues, but, inevitably with this gang, war, torture and sundry mayhem did make an appearance.

GOP Candidates Freaking Out About Grand Jury That Indicted Anti-Abortion Activists

All of them believe the jury made the wrong decision.

The Republican Debate: Seven Trumped-Up Survivors

Fireworks, muscle flexing, invective: the cage match that was the Republican presidential debate in Charleston, South Carolina.

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How Summer Lee’s landslide victory defies billionaire influence in politics

In a resounding rejection of billionaire-funded opposition, U.S. Rep. Summer Lee secures a primary win, highlighting a growing resistance against corporate and dark money in American politics.

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Did the chemical industry helped fashion EPA’s testing strategy?

Global military spending hits record $2.4 trillion amidst rising conflicts

As conflicts in Ukraine and Gaza intensify, world powers led by the US ramp up military expenditures, sparking debate over global security priorities and economic consequences.

Electric vehicles sales remain strong globally new report from IEA confirms

The IEA said that electric vehicle sales will reach 17 million in 2024, which is up from 14 million in 2023, according to its new Global EV Outlook 2024.

Climate change costs to hit $38 trillion annually by 2050

New study reveals stark economic disparities as global warming intensifies, disproportionately affecting the world's poorest nations.