Forcing America’s exit from Venezuela would likely be seen as a major foreign policy gaffe. American companies operating in Venezuela create prosperity and stability for their workers and America is perfectly poised to help the country rebuild after Maduro’s government finally collapses.
From legislation introduced in the wake of coronavirus to taxpayer financing of campaigning, here's a look at those that made "the list."
A proposal from two South Florida Democrats and prominent Republicans–including U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, and U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC–to strengthen America’s ties with Tunisia is building momentum on Capitol Hill. Back in June, U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Fla.,...
“There is no reason the World Bank should be lending to Communist China, a developed and wealthy nation that oppresses its people and denies their human rights,” Scott’s office insisted.
Last week, the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a bill strongly supported by the Florida delegation to put more pressure on Iran for the disappearance of Robert Levinson, a Florida resident who has been missing in that Middle Eastern nation for almost 13 years.
Rubio’s office praised Las Damas de Blanco as “a women-led peaceful nonviolent movement in support of freedom and human rights in Cuba, and calling for the release of all political prisoners in Cuba” and as “courageous women gather and march every Sunday in the streets of Havana carrying a picture of their loved ones, who are political prisoners, in one hand and a white gladiolus in the other.”
“The Secure U.S. Bases Act requires a thorough vetting process before a foreign student enters the U.S.; creates a special, limited visa for foreign students; and establishes a review process so that DOD is not operating training programs in the U.S. that would be better operated abroad,” Scott’s office noted.
With the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning about drug shortages due to coronavirus impacting China, a congressman from the Sunshine State is backing U.S. Rep. Scott Peters’, D-Calif., “Preventing Drug Shortages Act.”
On Thursday, the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly voted for a bill authorizing $8.3 billion to ready for and combat coronavirus.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is continuing his efforts to sound the alarm on the Chinese regime’s connections with Huawei as that company expands 5G across the globe.