Marco Rubio Wants to Save the American Dream

Rubio on why work is stagnating, and how to bring it back

In 1956, amidst the fitful days leading up to the revolution, Sen. Marco Rubio's parents left Cuba for the United States. Arriving here, they joined the wave of immigrants who would eventually populate Miami. Both took up jobs in the service industry: Mario Rubio as a bartender in hotels, and his wife Oriales variously as a maid, cashier, and stock clerk.

New Report Explores Men Who Don’t Work

Mike Lee project analyzes the state of men out of the labor force

America's growing population of men who do not work are also significantly disconnected from society, according to new research from Sen. Mike Lee's Social Capital Project.