The US government subsidizes Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ museum planning even though the organizations earns tens of millions of dollars on its own, Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul said in a press releas...
The GOP presidential candidate from New Jersey said Rand Paul actions made America “weaker.”
It's as if the last few weeks of discussion about the Confederate flag, what it stands for, and our nation's sordid history have gone completely unnoticed by Sen. Rand Paul. Which is actually pretty damned likely. He recently spoke in...Show More Summary
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) went after Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) Monday, accusing him of making the country "weaker" on national security. “In town hall meetings, people are really worried about ISIS, they're really worried about...Show More Summary
"If we tax you at 50% you are half slave, half free," Rand Paul said. By no fair definition is that what "slave" means.
Gov. Chris Christie (R) stepped up his criticism of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), telling MSNBC the Kentucky senator should be made to testify before Congress in the event of a future terrorist attack because his opposition to NSA data collection [...]
Live from La Farine: The slaveholders who forced through Virginia's joining the Confederacy in 1861 and the Social Darwinist libertarians of the 19th century did not pretend. They did not go to war honorably and reluctantly because they needed to make a point of constitutional law. Show More Summary
The New Jersey governor took aim at Paul (R-Ky.) over his opposition to National Security Agency surveillance programs.
Gov. Chris Christie, taking issue with Rand Paul's views on the Patriot Act, privacy and surveillance, said the Kentucky senator has made the United States weaker and more vulnerable to terrorist attacks.
Down and boxed out in the polls, Christie has to throw hail marys to get attention.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) is becoming New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's (R) campaign-trail punching bag. In an interview Monday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Christie took another unprompted shot at the Kentucky senator's high-profile opposition to the National Security Agency's controversial telephone metadata collection program. Show More Summary
Gov. Chris Christie on Monday said Sen. Rand Paul should be forced to testify before Congress on his opposition to an expiring NSA telephone data collection program if the U.S. suffers a terrorist attack.
Elizabeth S. Bruenig: [On Twitter](https://twitter.com/ebruenig/status/615335876814630912): "The gays can marry, but I can't pay workers $2 an hour? What times are these?" -- Rand Paul http://t.co/EKqwFNNJZu pic.twitter.com/DM8mjYOIVJ— Elizabeth S. Show More Summary
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) joined his old friends at Morning Joe Monday morning and told them that if there were another terrorist attack on U.S. soil, the pitchfork crowd should head to Senator Rand Paul's (R-KY) house.
By a wide margin, the most popular fact check of June is a Four-Pinocchio ruling concerning an oft-told tale by Sen. Rand Paul about an elderly man imprisoned for having “dirt on his land.” Little of Paul’s account turned out to be true. Readers also flocked to our fact check of claims made by businessman […]
Wha do Chuck Schumer, Rand Paul, and Nancy Pelosi all have in common? Hint: grab your wallets.
Last week about 40 people paid at least $2,700 each to hear Rand Paul talk about drug policy during the National Cannabis Industry Association's conference at the Denver Convention Center. That "private briefing" made the Kentucky senator...Show More Summary
From a NYT article titled "Facing a Selfie Election, Presidential Hopefuls Grin and Bear It":Candidates can now spend an hour — or sometimes two, as Senator Rand Paul did last month in New Hampshire — exhausting a line of eager selfie seekers. Show More Summary