Marco Rubio

As we seriously consider whether the GOP front runner is a Fascist, and his chief competitor exploits the competitive advantage of telling penis jokes, we should take stock of the health of our democracy.

Marco Rubio's attack on Donald Trump's hiring practices adopted a liberal critique of conservative free market capitalism: that it undermines the American family.

The GOP establishment has been cowering in horror at the Trump-Cruz insurrection and hoping someone can stop them. This is Marco Rubio's moment to prove that he is the moderate immoderate who can do the job.

Here are a few topics left on the cutting room floor of political discussion: how progressives are like the Direct TV ads The Settlers; funny things Marco Rubio says; Donald Trump, voting rights activist; and Ted Cruz, progressive.

Money had a good day and the citizens a bad day at the Iowa caucuses. In other words, business as usual in our campaign farce-ocracy.

The Republican debate participants all projected seriousness last night, but understanding them is pure classic comedy.

Viewers expecting to see a game changing moment or learn something about the candidates are likely to be disappointed by tonight's Republican debate in Las Vegas.  But it will be an excellent forum to see who the candidates think we are.

There is plenty of debate punditry available today. Avert your eyes. We really want to see what is going in the Invisible Primary.

There were some good elements in Marco Rubio's announcement speech, but he falls short of the "Gentleman's C" on the Reaganometer.

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