Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Although I continue to believe that Hillary Clinton will be the next President of these United States unless the Republicans nominate Rand Paul (read why I think he is the only candidate who can beat her here), the public’s plunging distrust in her is a very positive development for the nation. Show More Summary
Former congressman Ron Paul criticized Republicans who "roll over" for Fox News. His son, presidential contender Rand Paul, has been a near-constant fixture on the network this cycle. Ron Paul said he disagreed with Fox's control over...Show More Summary
To the editor: Sen. Rand Paul's (R-Ky.) grandstanding caused the National Security Agency's data collection process to be shut down. ("Rand Paul vows to end NSA's bulk collection of phone call data," May 30)
Former Fox News employee Mike Huckabee led all declared and potential Republican presidential candidates with 70 minutes of airtime on the network in May. Sen. Rand Paul, who was second in total time with 53 minutes, led all candidates...Show More Summary
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee of Arkansas had 70 minutes of airtime on Fox News in May, followed by Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky (53 minutes), who led all candidates with 12 appearances on the network.
This is the best minute you'll spend today -- unless Rand Paul Photoshopped into Rambo is somehow not your thing
Occasionally, the genuine libertarian impulse of some Republicans rears up and undoes conventional alliances. Rand Paul's insistence on undoing parts of the post 9/11 wiretapping laws has created a series of strange bedfellows, and opens...Show More Summary
Rand Paul came away from his big Patriot Act fight with nothing. Whether he's prepared to admit that is a separate matter.
Behind every good liberty-loving crusader is a liberty loving posse.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is generally seen as a master congressional deal-maker. Most puzzling to some were his actions that allowed first-term Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky to use the Senate's elaborate rules to delay things long enough to cause the entire USA Patriot Act to lapse for a couple of days.
Republican senator Rand Paul of Kentucky has joined a group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives who are pushing for the publication of 28 pages from the official report on the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 which have remained classified for more than a decade.
(Steven Hayward) I had hopes at the outset that Rand Paul would be more sensible than his father, and for a while it looked like this might be the case. He has been about the only prominent Republican trying to broaden the base of the...Show More Summary
For more than a decade, a chunk of a high-level Congressional report that allegedly shows ties between 9/11 terrorists and the Saudi Arabian government has been classified. Now, a bipartisan group of lawmakers is pushing to make the redacted section public. Show More Summary
Since officially announcing his 2016 presidential campaign yesterday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) has made it clear that he disagrees with the wing of the Republican Party — namely, Rand Paul — that favors a slightly more isolationist approach for foreign policy. Show More Summary
The first major overhaul of American surveillance powers in a generation has spies cheering—and the Senate’s most famous libertarian settling for moral victories.
Every time Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul assails mass government surveillance on the floor of the Senate, it is surprising to see who emerges to praise the erratically unorthodox Republican, from Edward Snowden to Glenn Greenwald to true-blue progressive reporter Marcy Wheeler. Show More Summary
Jeb Bush will enter 2016 with plenty of advantages, but the first-in-the-West nominating contest likely won’t be one of them. Nevada lawmakers this week opted against changing the state’s presidential caucus to a primary, a decisionShow More Summary