Hey, wait a minute--didn’t Rachel Maddow already disqualify Rand Paul as a serious presidential candidate five years ago? It appears the Beltway has long since forgotten about Paul’s disgusting May...
The Kentucky senator also asks Republicans to help him take party’s message to ‘rich, poor, black, white, brown’ as he campaigns for 2016 presidential nomination Related: Chris Christie and Jeb Bush face off at ‘circus tent of Republican candidates’ Rand Paul on Saturday attacked...
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is making it a family affair while campaigning in New Hampshire, while Mike Huckabee is still playing coy about his presidential ambitions. Continue reading ? The post GOP contenders target New Hampshire voters for 2016 appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
It’s time for pro-lifers to go on the offense, or so Sen. Rand Paul suggests. On April 16, Sen. Paul (R-Ky.) addressed the pro-life movement at the Susan B. Anthony Campaign for Life Summit in Washington, D.C. Referencing his back-and-forth...Show More Summary
“I’m starting to worry that when Hillary Clinton travels, there’s gonna need to be two planes – one for her and her entourage, and one for her baggage.” — Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), quoted by The Hill.
For almost two weeks now, presidential candidate Rand Paul has been assuring audiences that something big will be coming out "in the next couple of weeks" to doom the Hillary Clinton campaign. Oh, he knows what it is. But he's not telling, because that would ruin the surprise! "I think there is big news coming on the Clinton Foundation," said Paul. Show More Summary
Presidential contenders woo New Hampshire voters Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is making it a family affair while campaigning in New Hampshire. The two shook hands with the breakfast crowd, and the presidential candidate took questions onShow More Summary
Good morning, horde! Rand Paul and Marco Rubio have officially entered the race. We covered them last year, and neither one of them made the cut after polling the horde, but I thought it might be a good idea to...
The Kentucky senator is no maverick. His agenda threatens the middle class at home and Middle Eastern peace abroad
From the GREAT STATE OF MAINE… Late Night Snark: One Ring, Many Hats "Yesterday Hillary Clinton made the big announcement we all knew was coming. She's going to join the all-female cast of Ghostbusters." ---Conan O'Brien "Rand Paul announced...Show More Summary
In a hit piece on Rand Paul posted on ThinkProgress, Ian Millhiser has taken guilt by association to new heights, and, in the process, fundamentally misrepresented the views of Herbert Spencer. In “Rand Paul’s Favorite Philosophers Think...Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) thinks he knows something that you don't about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Bloomberg News' Dave Weigel reported Friday that Paul gave a speech to a pro-life group the day before in which Paul predicted the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation will soon be hit by a major scandal. Show More Summary
Rand Paul has started his run for President in 2016, challenging the Democrats false “war on women” mantra that followed the GOP during the 2012 election. At the Susan B. Anthony List Summit April 16, Paul called out the media for not questioning Clinton and other Democrats on their abortion views, like they do with GOP candidates. Show More Summary
by Kelli Political commentator and former Bush White House Press Secretary Dana Perino appeared on Fox’s The Kelly File where she and Megyn Kelly discussed GOP Presidential candidate Rand Paul’s recent remarks on late-term abortion and on Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s hardline pro-abortion response. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) A Mason-Dixon poll has Marco Rubio effectively tied with Jeb Bush among Florida Republicans. Rubio is supported by 31 percent; Bush by 30 percent. Ted Cruz is next with 8 percent. Then comes Rand Paul at 7 percent and Scott Walker at 2 percent. Show More Summary
Several Republican presidential hopefuls are flocking to New Hampshire today for the "First in the Nation" Republican Leadership Summit. Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas), Marco Rubio (Fla.) and Rand Paul (Ky.), who have all officially declared themselves candidates for the GOP nomination for president, will be present at the event. Show More Summary
In light of “libertarianish” Sen. Rand Paul’s recently announced candidacy for president, the New York Times’ Paul Krugman veered into public opinion to make a bold claim that most Americans are either liberal or conservative and little else. He explains that in theory there could be more than simply liberals and conservatives. Show More Summary
For all their lofty rhetoric, the party's leading candidates have a very selective interest in small government
The abortion debate has long been nuanced and highly emotional, which is why it deserves better than the current bickering between Sen. Rand Paul and DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.