Marco Rubio is very much for and against amnesty for illegal aliens



Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) writes in a new book that immigration reform should happen through piecemeal bills, not the kind of massive compromise legislation that he sponsored in the last Congress.

--Piecemeal? Who could object to piecemeal!
The potential 2016 presidential candidate nods to conservative critics of his big bill, which passed the Senate but never got a vote in the House

--Was he nodding yes, or no? Knowing him, probably both.
He does advocate a new process for letting people who entered the country illegally to stay. It does not include an explicit pathway to citizenship, something that was included in the Senate bill after negotiations with Democrats. But aides say Rubio does not rule out allowing people who entered the country illegally to eventually become citizens.

--Great, they can stay here forever, but not be citizens, unless he later decides they should be citizens. In this way is Rubio both truly for and against amnesty.
Rubio’s book, “American Dreams,” comes out next week, but POLITICO obtained an early copy of the chapter that addresses immigration.

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Why Jeb Bush thinks you're retarded


On Tuesday, Jeb Bush revealed more than the name of new leadership PAC (The Right to Rise). In five paragraphs, he also outlined his rationale as a presidential candidate - if he does indeed run for the White House.


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Bill Gates wants you to drink toilet water


Bill Gates has taken to his blog to discuss the latest project from the philanthropic Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation: a machine that transforms human waste into clean water and electricity.

The machine extracts water from sewage that's piped in or delivered to the facility. The dry sewage is then incinerated to generate steam, which powers the entire machine.

Gates publicly demonstrated his commitment to the new technology by drinking a glass of water on camera that entered the machine as feces just minutes before. Gates has previously written about his aspirations to "reinvent the toilet."


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Harvard professors complain about having to pay for health insurance


For years, Harvard’s experts on health economics and policy have advised presidents and Congress on how to provide health benefits to the nation at a reasonable cost. But those remedies will now be applied to the Harvard faculty, and the professors are in an uproar.

Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the heart of the 378-year-old university, voted overwhelmingly in November to oppose changes that would require them and thousands of other Harvard employees to pay more for health care. The university says the increases are in part a result of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, which many Harvard professors championed.

In Harvard’s health care enrollment guide for 2015, the university said it “must respond to the national trend of rising health care costs, including some driven by health care reform,” in the form of the Affordable Care Act. The guide said that Harvard faced “added costs” because of provisions in the health care law that extend coverage for children up to age 26, offer free preventive services like mammograms and colonoscopies and, starting in 2018, add a tax on high-cost insurance, known as the Cadillac tax.

But Jerry R. Green, a professor of economics and a former provost who has been on the Harvard faculty for more than four decades, said the new out-of-pocket costs could lead people to defer medical care or diagnostic tests, causing more serious illnesses and costly complications in the future.

“It’s equivalent to taxing the sick,” Professor Green said. “I don’t think there’s any government in the world that would tax the sick.”


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Lib Media: Departing lawmakers bemoan lack of compromise


With more than 120 years in the House and Senate among them, four lawmakers offered a bit of parting wisdom to Capitol Hill newcomers: Partisanship is easy, governing is hard.

As the 114th Congress prepares to convene on Tuesday, some senior members who will not be returning reflected on what they saw as necessary to the success of both lawmakers and the institution.

Mr. Chambliss, who entered Congress in the House in 1995 as Republicans swept out the Democratic majority in 1994 elections after four decades, said lawmakers need to abandon extreme views when they arrive in Washington if they hope to be effective.


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Lib Media: Republicans plan "juggernaut" of conservative legislation


Legislators in the 24 states where Republicans now hold total control plan to push a series of aggressive policy initiatives in the coming year aimed at limiting the power of the federal government and rekindling the culture wars.


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Jeb Bush turns the wrong cheek on gay marriage


As gay couples began to wed in Florida after a court ruling, Jeb Bush, the state’s former governor and long an opponent of same-sex marriages, struck a conciliatory note on Monday, telling The New York Times that “regardless of our disagreements, we have to respect the rule of law.”


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Libtards at 538.com falsely claim aircraft produce 2.5% of global CO2 emissions


When the latest international Climate Conference wrapped up in Lima, Peru, last month, delegates boarded their flights home without much official discussion of how the planes that shuttled them to the meeting had altered the climate.

Aircraft currently contribute about 2.5 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions.


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Here's a puzzling question: why isn't Beirut's rebuilt downtown thriving?


Not so long ago, the historic downtown of Beirut was a wasteland of scorched buildings and rubble. Lebanon’s civil war, which ended in 1990, destroyed an area known for its picturesque Mediterranean vistas and Roman and Mamluk ruins.

Now, after a multibillion-dollar reconstruction project, the city center features plush apartments and posh cafes, refurbished Ottoman-era buildings and boutiques by Burberry and Versace.

Yet one element seems to be lacking: people.

“Even the rich people don’t bother coming anymore,” Mohammed Younnes, 27, said
on a recent Saturday evening as he gazed at the empty tables of Grand Cafe, an eatery he manages in downtown Nejmeh Square. Businesses in the square, distinctive for an art deco clock tower with “Rolex” written on its dial, are relocating or going


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Huffington Post has patronizing news sections for blacks, gays, latinos


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