James Pethokoukis, a scholar at the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute, said Rubio deserved credit for trying to develop an agenda that goes beyond criticizing President Barack Obama and the leading Democratic contender, Hillary Clinton.
“Innovation will create millionaires, and even billionaires, but we must ensure it also creates a vibrant middle class, and that can only be done through the modernization of our higher education system”, he said.
During the speech, Rubio called for major slashes to the current corporate tax rate in America, which now ranks among the highest in the world.
Within my first 100 days, I will bust this cartel by establishing a new accreditation process that welcomes low-priced, innovative providers.
“The race for the future will never be won by going backward”.
Rubio is the Senate’s loudest and most eloquent voice decrying normalization of U.S.-Cuban relations, unless and until the despotic Communist regime changes its ways. “This would expose higher education to the market forces of choice and competition, which would prompt a revolution driven by the needs of students – just as the needs of consumers drive the progress of every other industry in our economy”. The digital hub is full of entrepreneurs chasing their dreams, and millennials facing significant student loan debt.
In addition, he proposed letting students partner with investors who could pay a portion of the student’s education costs in return for a slice of future earnings.
He is expected to highlight his plan to modernize the national lab system and his opposition to so-called “net neutrality”, among other policies.
“I led a coalition opposing efforts to cede Internet regulatory power to the global Telecommunications Union”. That’s one of the great advantages of the 21st century is we can directly communicate with voters by coming to programs like this, but also by using social media platforms and web videos, and the kind of retail politicking that Iowa and New Hampshire give you the opportunity to do. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)A nonprofit organization supportive of Marco Rubio and funded by secret donors formally announced Monday in that it has raised more than $15.8 million since its creation, adding a hefty sum to the effort to boost the Florida Republican senator’s presidential campaign. “He Likes That”, details the Cuban people’s unhappiness with Rubio’s staunch stance against reopening trade with Cuba.