There’s a reason why American men drive big pickup trucks: Women dig them. According to The Washington Free Beacon, a new poll by Insure, an independent consumer insurance website, found that women think attractive men are most likely...Show More Summary
Kentucky's GOP primary is in two months and while polls show Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell leading his primary challenger Matt Bevin by a wide margin, McConnell nonetheless is apparently concerned enough to run an ad attacking...Show More Summary
Sunday's legislative elections viewed as referendum on peace talks with FARC, and trial run for May's presidential vote.
NOT EVEN the 2,000 person CPAC crowd went for Senator Ted Cruz’s crazy. Governor Chris Christie is scraping the bottom, […] The post Rand Paul Creams Cruz and Christie in CPAC Straw Poll appeared first on Taylor Marsh.
This mirrors the poll that is running on Drudge right now. It might be interesting to see how the Horde differs..... Who is your current choice for the Republican Presidential Nomination in 2016?...
For the second straight year, Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky won the Conservative Political Action Committee straw poll. Paul won 31 percent of the vote ahead of Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas (11 percent), former neurosurgen Ben Carson (9 percent), New Jersey Gov. Show More Summary
OXON HILL, Md. (AP) — She was not on the speaking program, but Hillary Rodham Clinton had presence at the nation's largest annual gathering of conservative activists on Saturday, as high-profile Republicans launched a dual effort to attack the prospective Democratic presidential candidate and improve the GOP's longstanding struggle with women voters.
(Credit: Vince_Lamb) Ian Haney López, author of Dog Whistle Politics, talks to Bill Moyers about how the Tea Party movement has used strategic racism to get voters to the polls.
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland-- Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has won the 2014 CPAC straw poll for the second consecutive year, with Texas Senator Ted Cruz coming in second and popular former neurosurgeon Ben Carson taking third. Senator Paul received 31% of the vote this year, while Senator Cruz received 11% and Dr. Show More Summary
(CNN) - Sen. Rand Paul easily won the presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, giving the potential White House candidate an early boost with the Republican base ahead of the 2016 election. It was the second-straight year the Kentucky lawmaker topped the poll at the annual gathering, notching 31% support. […]
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won the straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday for the second consecutive year.
Rand Paul won the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference presidential straw poll, the WaPo reports: Paul won 31 percent of the vote (compared with the 25 percent he won last year), beating a crowded field of more than two dozen...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky came out the favorite for the second straight year among Republican conservative activists voting for the candidate they would like to see in the White House next.
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky pulled another first place win in the Conservative Political Action Committee presidential straw poll with 31 percent of the vote. Sen. Ted Cruz came in a distance second with 11 percent of the vote, and Neurosurgeon Benjamin...Show More Summary
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Judging by the crowds at Sen. Rand Paul’s speech yesterday -- along with the fact that 46 percent of respondents were...
If Rand Paul were elected president, he would have the power to nominate potential Supreme Court justices who want to return to a world where basic workplace protections are considered unconstitutional -- and who object to the federal ban on whites-only lunch counters to boot. Show More Summary
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won the presidential straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, the second consecutive year he has come away the victor. Paul captured 31 percent of the vote, and his victory was much more sizeable than last year. Show More Summary
Totally predictable. Sen. Rand Paul demolished his competition in the 2014 Washington Times/CPAC presidential preference straw poll on Saturday, winning 31 percent of the vote -- nearly three times the total of second-place Sen. Ted Cruz. Show More Summary