With his outspoken views against foreign aid and a muscular foreign policy, Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul was less-than-enthused by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech on the Iranian nuclear threat. And peopleShow More Summary
Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz get an early shout-out.
Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, On Friday, the Wall Street Journal ran a cover photo of the Republican hopefuls set to attend the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland. The caption at theShow More Summary
Sen. Orrin Hatch does not seem to be aboard the MarcoTedRand bandwagon. Q: You have three Senate colleagues running for president — Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz. Would all three be outstanding presidents who you’d be delighted to be your party’s nominee? That's either the softest softball question ever lobbed at Sen. Show More Summary
Is Innovate the new buzzword for the 2016 Presidential election? This Politico Magazine article made an interesting point and offered up Bubba Gump like examples of the recent versions of “innovate” used by Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Scott Walker, and even Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
I attended the annual Conservative Political Action Conference this past weekend, and as usual, it ended with a much hyped but slanted presidential straw poll. Alternative conservative Rand Paul came in first place, followed by Scott Walker, then Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and Jeb Bush.
Sen. Rand Paul took op honors in the Conservative Political Action Conference's straw poll, seen as something of a barometer of GOP support for potential presidential candidates, with 25.7 percent of the vote. Second place went to Wisconsin Gov. Show More Summary
My family and I traveled last month to a Honduras city known for its libertarian ideals. Here's what happened next
[guest post by Dana] Scott Walker, runner-up behind Rand Paul in the straw poll at CPAC, as well as currently leading in national polls, appeared on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace. I’ve posted the more significant portions of the Q&A time. Questions about Obama’s faith and love of country are not included as I […]
The Kentucky senator is voted the top GOP candidate for the third consecutive year.
Congratulations to Rand Paul, Son of Ron, for winning the Conservative Political Action Conference'sPost reports that around 3,000 CPAC attendees participated in the poll this year.) Texas Senator Ted Cruz came in third (11.5 percent), Ben Carson came in fourth (11 percent), and Jeb Bush rounded out the top five with 8 percent. straw... More »
Rand Paul won the straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference for the third year in a row on Saturday. The Senator from Kentucky won with 26% of the vote. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker followed closely behind with 21%, and Jeb Bush and Chris Christie finished fifth and 10th, respectively. Watch #RealTIME for more…
Sen. Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll Saturday for the third year in a row with 25.7 percent of the vote, according to the USA Today. Saturday’s CPAC straw poll ended the conference in Maryland where Republicans tried to determine the best way to win the presidency in 2016. Show More Summary
On Saturday, Republican presidential hopeful won the Conservative Political Action Conference's presidential straw poll for the third consecutive year, the Guardian reports. Only three winners of 20 previous CPAC straw polls went on to win the party's nomination for president.http://jezebel.com/loving-the-shi... Read more...
Rand Paul won the CPAC straw poll, but the buzz seems to be all about Scott Walker. Just don’t look too hard for his true believers.
He won the straw poll, finishing ahead of the rest of the list of 16 potential candidates. But, CPAC’s poll hasn’t translated into who wins the nomination.
As has been the case the last three years, Senator Rand Paul won CPAC's straw poll in 2015. His base (which comes from his retired father, Rep. Ron Paul) always comes out in strong support for their libertarian ideals. Kentucky Sen.Show More Summary
"... according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today." There is a horse race for second place, with 13 percent for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, 11 percent each for Michigan physician Ben Carson and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and 10 percent for former Florida Gov. Show More Summary
Libertarians fancy themselves radicals, and yet their rallying cry can be reduced to "You're not the boss of me!"