| Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Marco Rubio (R-Fl.) are getting more face time on the GOP campaign trail than Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) because of his ties to the government shutdown this time last year.
| "Four Americans lost their lives serving our country. We need to investigate it to understand what went wrong so that the people responsible for those decisions can be held accountable and so that we can put in place measures so that it never happens again."
| Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) speaks with Bill O'Reilly about the White House's delayed response to the VA scandal as well as where he stands in the climate change debate. He explains the Obama administration's systemic problem of governing and how they view criticism as partisan attacks from the Republican party.
| CNN's Carol Costello stated that climate change deniers are not "listening to scientists" or "reading the Bible." Her comments were in response to Pat Sajak's controversial tweet about climate change alarmists and F.L. Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's insistence that humans are not causing climate change "the way these scientists are portraying it." Costello hosted religious commentators who promote climate change actions for moral reasons.
| Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) spoke about America's economic growth at Google's D.C. headquarters Monday. "As much as we innovate now, we could be doing even more. Washington puts up a blockade of restrictions, regulations and taxes that prevent innovators from accessing the full range of opportunity offered by the American free enterprise system. But with new pro-innovation policies, we can collapse these barriers and open new pathways to accessing our 21st century economy."
| “I don’t think we can ignore what’s in that book, and I think, for many of us, it confirms our worst fears,” Rubio said. “You saw that reflected in the decision that [Obama] made. At the same time that he announced the surge, he also announced an exit date and strategy, thereby emboldening the Taliban to believe they could wait us out.”