"I'm not big on defending Donald Trump by any means and I've been one of his fiercest critics," Rand Paul told host Michael Smerconish on his SiriusXM radio show Friday morning.
"We must... never surrender to judicial tyranny." -- Mike Huckabee "it's absurd to put someone in jail for exercising their religious liberty." -- Rand Paul "Today, judicial lawlessness crossed into judicial tyranny." -- Ted Cruz Kim Davis may be deluded, shrewd, or both. Show More Summary
Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Rand Paul (R-Ky.) are in single digits in the presidential primary race, but that has only intensified their shameful pandering and call for lawlessness. They are decrying the court case against Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples as the Supreme Court held. […]
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) expressed concern over antigay Kentucky clerk Kim Davis’ incarceration on Thursday, saying that the legalization of same-sex marriage threatened to make a “martyr” out of her. “A lot of people have talked about this for years — why not just...
Here's a taste of what President Paul or President Cruz would do, if ever elected to the highest office in the land. Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.) and Ted Cruz (Texas) blasted a judge's decision Thursday to hold Rowan County Clerk Kim DavisShow More Summary
GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul took to the airwaves Thursday to broadcast his theory that Native Americans "don't do very well because of their lack of assimilation." The Kentucky senator's comment followed an exchange with conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham about what she called "separatist" immigrant communities. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky) suggested that one way to fight the nation's opioid epidemic is to get more people working. "We need to attach work to everything," the 2016 presidential candidate said during a campaign stop in Manchester, New Hampshire, Wednesday. Show More Summary
Paul said people with jobs "don't have time to do heroin." The post No, Rand Paul. Jobs Will Not Fix The Heroin Epidemic. appeared first on ThinkProgress.
'I think it's absurd to put someone in jail for exercising their religious liberty,' Sen. Rand Paul said.
Donald Trump made a big show today of announcing that he will be signing a loyalty pledge to the Republican party, something Rand Paul was all too happy to claim credit for.
It's magic. It's great to have a trained medical professional on the campaign trail offering solutions to some of the nation's most vexing health crises. Rand Paul in NH: "If you work all day long, you don’t have time to do heroin." Most addiction experts would disagree. — Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) September 2, 2015 I stand corrected. Show More Summary
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) criticized former Vice President Dick Cheney on Thursday, calling nearly all of his foreign policy decisions spanning the last three decades a "disaster for this country." "I think Dick Cheney has probably been...Show More Summary
Rand Paul's campaign made a new app with which users can take a selfie with the Kentucky senator. Bad idea.
“I think it's a mistake to beat people over the head and say 'You must believe as we do.'"
One presidential candidate issued a serious policy proposal to address addiction issues. The other candidate was Rand Paul.
Another video, instagrammed by Trump Tuesday, shows Bush introducing Hillary Clinton at an event as “someone who has dedicated her life to public service”. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky). Both ads noted that Trump has showered praise on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner, and that he once supported a single-payer healthcare system.
Senator Rand Paul and Hillary Clinton don't have much in common, but they've found some common ground on the issue of drug addiction. Several months ago, Paul and Senator Edward Markey introduced the Recovery Enhancement for Addiction Act, a bill that would expand medication-assisted treatment for opioid addicts. On Wednesday... More »
First we have Rand Paul, saying the clerk’s refusal is “part of the American way.” No, Senator. Adherence to the rule of law is the American way. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) suggested Tuesday that a Kentucky clerk who is refusing to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples was “making a stand” and “an important part […]