Senator Cory Booker gave Rand Paul a grievance of his own after Paul's Twitter tirade on Festivus.
When Rand Paul becomes president, this is going to be America's favorite Christmas tale, not some crappy ghost story written by an old dead British dude. One of my favorite Christmas traditions is watching conservative Christians try to reconcile the holiday season's many messages of selfless giving with their own selfish political philosophy. Show More Summary
• Spend Christmas Eve listening to interviews from Sen. Rand Paul, Dick Cavett, Danny Aiello, former astronaut Mark Kelly, and legendary music manager Ron Weisner.
POLITICS: Rand Paul Airs ‘Festivus’ Grievances on Twitter, Hints at 2016 Run.
The Kentucky senator seems to be making the ‘Seinfeld’ holiday a tradition on Twitter. Just don’t expect him to erect a pole made of beer cans.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) took a break from not decorating the Festivus pole to participate in a virtual Airing of Grievances on Twitter. Your government spent over $300,000 to study synchronized swimming in sea monkeys. Say that 3 times fast. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul engaged in his annual "Festivus" Twitter tirade oday, airing his grievances with government and not-so-subtly hinting that he is running for president in 2016. Festivus is a fake December holiday invented on the TV show Seinfeld;...Show More Summary
Turtlenecks made a D'Angelo-esque comeback in 2014, as cool people began donning them right and left. Like Cate Blanchett cool. Street-style-star cool. Dior-model cool. Solange cool. We're still in love with all things turtleneck. But there's a threat to the renewed "It" status of the item, and his name is... More »
For the feats of strength, he'll leg wrestle Ted Cruz for the 2016 GOP nomination.
Sen. Rand Paul is using Festivus as an occasion to remind voters that he's all but in for 2016.
In what may be the first time a potential presidential candidate announced his bid by turtleneck, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul sent out a tweet on Tuesday that appeared to do just that. His wink to the 2016 presidential race was boldly emblazoned next to a photo of a black turtleneck posted to his official Twitter account. Show More Summary
Happy Festivus! That means it's time for Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to air his grievances. And to no one's surprise, the senator did it all on Twitter.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is celebrating Festivus again this year with a series of tweets. But let’s face it, it’s basically Festivus all year round in the Senate. • The made-up holiday from TV’s “Seinfeld” begins with a celebratory dinner. Senators hold fundraisers at fancy restaurants to celebrate themselves all the time. • People celebrating…
Two supposedly unrelated stories that are totally related: First, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is planning to reintroduce legislation next session to cut the more militaristic components out of the federal program that sends surplus military equipment to law enforcement agencies across the country. Show More Summary
The primary purpose of any Culture War is to make partisans maximally comfortable about picking a side. By the time some originally complex controversy can be boiled down to Al Sharpton vs. Rudy Giuliani, then participants no longer feel the need o sort through complications or issue split-decisions on policy reform: It's just Gandalf vs. Show More Summary
David Boaz William Kristol tells the Washington Post that Sen. Rand Paul is a “lonely gadfly” on foreign policy: “Rand Paul speaks for a genuine sentiment that’s always been in the Republican Party, but maybe it’s 10 percent? 15 percent?...Show More Summary
From the December 22 edition of Premiere Radio Network's The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: Right-Wing Media Hide Obama and De Blasio Statements To Blame Them For Violence Against Police Right-Wing Media Parrots Rand Paul's Absurd Assertion That Cigarette Taxes Are To Blame For Eric Garner's Death Conservative Media Race-Baiting: Ferguson Edition
Philip Rucker writes in the Washington Post that presidential hopefuls Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Rand Paul "clashed sharply Friday over President Obama's new Cuba policy, evidence of a growing GOP rift over foreign affairs that could shape the party's 2016 presidential primaries." The debate over U.S. Show More Summary
Via Fox News, Marco Rubio roasted Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul over Paul’s defense of Obama’s proposal to lift the embargo on Cuba: “Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, argued that the Castro regime intends to reap the economic benefits of the U.S. easing commercial and travel restrictions with no intentions of improving human rights […]