Rand Paul’s New Hampshire campaign chairman, state senator Kevin Avard, has endorsed Ted Cruz for president. Just in: Rand Paul's New Hampshire state chairman Sen. Avard has endorsed Ted Cruz's campaign, he tells a crowd here pic.twitter.com/fOGnGlRjhi...Show More Summary
WHY RAND PAUL SUPPORTERS SHOULD RESIST THE #FEELTHEBERN CALLS: “Granted, he wants free health care, free day care, free college tuition, and free scoops of Ben and Jerry’s. But hey, nobody’s perfect.”
Mr. Cruz announced on Sunday the endorsements of six state representatives who had previously supported Rand Paul. At least one representative was surprised to see his name.
It's the spending...and government control
Now that Rand Paul is out of the race for the White House, Politico's Eliza Collins reports that his father Ron Paul, who ran in 2008 and 2012, isn't impressed by Ted Cruz's attempts to pick up the "free market" libertarian banner. “You...Show More Summary
And we’re off to the races as the Republican presidential candidates face off for the last time before the New Hampshire primary. The Iowa caucus knocked Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, and Rick Santorum out of the race, though of those three, only Paul had been on the main debate stage recently anyway. Show More Summary
When a magazine calls you the "most interesting man in politics," one of two things can happen. The first — the one you'd prefer — is that your ideas and intellect lift you into the White House. The second is that you turn out like Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.). I have covered Paul and his father, former […]
http://www.bobcesca.com/podcast/020416/BCS_020416.mp3 Here's the program for the latest Bob & Chez Show, our podcasting affiliate: Please Clap: Jeb Bush's Droopy Campaign; Old School Republicans vs The Reality Show Era; Rand Paul and...Show More Summary
SALEM, New Hampshire -- As Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) campaigns across the Granite State ahead of next Tuesday’s first-in-the nation primary, he’s changing rhetoric in an attempt to expand his base and attract libertarian-leaning supporters following Sen. Show More Summary
NEWS YOU CAN USE. Dear Rand Paul Supporters: Here’s Why Your Guy Didn’t Win.
By Dan Olmsted As someone who believes there is an autism epidemic and that excessive vaccination is the cause (see Bernie Rimland), I was sorry to see Rand Paul leave the presidential race this week. His less-government philosophy would clearly...
After the Iowa caucus, the aftermath of which included Carsongate and some Trumpertantrums, the GOP debate in New Hampshire tonight will be one to watch. The field is smaller, now that main debate stage candidate Rand Paul, and undercard candidates Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum, have all ended their campaigns. Show More Summary
The first months of 2016 have already claimed the presidential campaigns of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), former Sen. Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R). But Republican voters would be fine with seeing the field...Show More Summary
Today's topics include: Jeb Bush's Droopy Campaign; Old School Republicans vs The Reality Show Era; Rand Paul and Rick Santorum Pull Out; Last Night's CNN Town Hall; Previewing the Maddow MSNBC Debate; The Real Progressive Purity Test;...Show More Summary
His Libertarianism was supposed to help the GOP reach young voters & minorities. But things turned out differently
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Not long after Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) ended his campaign for president, a group of libertarians gathered at the downtown Radisson to share good news. “This is a great day in the history of human freedom,” said Jason Sorens, a youthful-looking lecturer from Dartmouth. “We are firing the starting gun on the […]
The Late Show's Stephen Colbert pays tribute to the latest round of 2016 presidential candidates to drop out of the race, Rand Paul, Mike Huckabee and Martin O'Malley while getting a swipe in on Jim Gilmore for staying in after receiving...Show More Summary
Google Rand Paul today and you'll find stories about him suspending his presidential campaign under "Breaking News." In one way it is; in another it isn't. It's really an old story, but those who don't know history have been doomed (again) to repeat it. Show More Summary