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Rubio, who is Catholic, told reporters he finds it “ironic that a lot of the same liberals who are touting the encyclical
Scientists have long agree that earth's age is approximately 4.54 billion years. "I do not believe that human activity is
“At the end of the day, is it a potential challenge for us? Yes," Ridge said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Wednesday. "Is it a
Ignoring the factual truth about anthropogenic climate change means we are dramatically limiting the opportunities and choices of future generations -- at best.
(h/t Politico) Appearing Wednesday on Sean Hannity's radio show, the Florida Republican accused his critics of hypocrisy
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) got some pushback on Tuesday for his comments on Sunday that he does not believe "human activity
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) was unable to answer an audience member's question about the sources he used to make conclusions about climate change.
Speaking at the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics on Monday, Gore noted that Republicans like John McCain and
The Pew Research Center poll was conducted Feb. 13-18 using live telephone interviews among 1,504 U.S. adults. Not surprisingly
The junior Senator was a popular name in the GOP party this year, and was rumored to have been considered for Mitt Romney's