The Republicans Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul and the Democrat Hillary Clinton agree that the income gap is a problem but diverge from public opinion on how to solve it.
According to video taken by CBN News, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) told a gathering of faith leaders last Thursday that America was in a "moral crisis," in part over gay marriage, and that government had a role in addressing it.
Earlier this week, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) made an about-face on defense spending. He also shifted on same-sex marriage. Speaking to a group of pastors in Washington on Thursday, Paul said that a moral crisis is leading people to believe that same-sex marriage is acceptable. There is a "moral crisis that allows people to think there […]
Rand Paul, like his father, courted the college vote with his libertarian views on national security issues. Ron Paul also held some of the religious vote by ditching those views to express his wholehearted objection to women's rights...Show More Summary
Speaking before a group of religious leaders at a private prayer breakfast in Washington D.C. on Thursday, Rand Paul suggested that the marriage equality debate was taking place because the country is facing a "moral crisis." Said Paul: “Don’t always...
Senator Paul has repeatedly said the issue should be left up to the state but changed his tune in front of an evangelical crowd.
“The First Amendment says keep government out of religion, not religion out of government.” — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), quoted by David Brody, speaking at a private prayer breakfast in Washington, DC.
The Kentucky senator appealed to the far-right-wing of his party during a private prayer breakfast. read more
Funny, I thought preventing gay marriage was the result of a moral crisis. What happened to the Libertarian who used to be Rand Paul? In a video posted yesterday by the Christian Broadcasting Network, Rand Pauladdressed “a group of pastors and religious leaders at a private prayer breakfast” in Washington D.C. on Thursday about the [...]
“Don’t always look to Washington to solve anything. In fact, the moral crisis we have in our country, there is a role for us trying to figure out things like marriage, there’s also a moral crisis that allows people to think that there would be some sort of other marriage. Show More Summary
With his early entrance into the 2016 presidential race this week, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) made a big bid to capture the country's evangelical vote. Now, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), who tends not be mentioned on the list of potential candidates that will carry the Christian right, is making a play of his own.
The more Rand Paul puts ambition above principle, the less he sounds like Rand Paul.
It's getting harder and harder to justify calling Rand Paul the "libertarian candidate" in the field
Yeah, I don't really see this change working for Rand Paul, former Prince of Liberty. What his supporters liked about him was his absolutism, the white-hot ideological purity that lifted him above the grubby politicians! Because nowShow More Summary
On Thursday, Senator Rand Paul proposed an amendment to the Senate budget that would have hiked defense spending and paid for it with a range of spending cuts elsewhere. The summary, via Reason’s Nick Gillespie: Amdt. 940 will increase, defense spending by nearly $190 billion over the next two years. Show More Summary
By Michael J.W. Stickings Oh, those lofty presidential ambitions. Oh, the need to appeal to the bloodthirsty, warmongering Republican base. Oh, the shame of it all: Just weeks before announcing his 2016 presidential bid, Kentucky Sen. Show More Summary
In a video clip carried by the Christian Broadcasting Network, potential 2016 GOP presidential nominee and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R) took up what he called the “moral crisis’ afflicting the country, suggesting that the U.S. needs a series of “tent revivals” to get back...
I may have to queue up C-SPAN to watch this on the replay. Four GOP senators are trying to gain the upper hand on the commander-in-chief test — Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham — and their competition was on vivid display as the Senate took up a Rubio plan to pump tens of billions of dollars more into the Pentagon budget. Show More Summary
Likely GOP presidential contender calls for a new Great Awakening