Why does everybody hate Rand Paul. He is a man who believes in the Constitution and the American people. Thereby he needs to be canceled.
Senator Rand Paul denounced the Democrat Impeachment farce II as unconstitutional and doomed to failure in the Senate.
As impeachment ends, the indisputable star of the President's stellar defense team is Patrick Philbin, the steady voice of reason.
Rand Paul demands the whistleblower, Eric Ciaramella to be named, thus opening the door to subpoena him to testify before the Senate if Trump is impeached
Trump's racism is a given, proven by every tweet and statement he utters. Or at least by the excerpts the press edits and re-interprets.
Never Forget our heroes? Of course not. But lets not forget that someone has to pay for the memory enhancing H.R.1327. Paul is just asking us not to forget.
Many in the GOP were urging Paul to vote in support of the bill but he never backed down from his views. During his speech on the floor he said he didn't come to DC to be liked or be a part of someone's club.
Following the Texas Church Shooting, we need to pray for the fallen, and demand that liberal demagogues are stopped before they get the rest of us killed.
Better is the enemy of good enough, and the GOP health care bill is good enough, especially compared to Obamacare, the costly and failing Affordable Care Act.
How the liberty movement has changed the Senate for the better
Rand Paul is way cooler than Hillary Clinton; Ron Paul makes Bernie Sanders look like a curmudgeon for grandpa's Establishment; they're the guru versus The Man.
Rick Santorum has been saying the same things for 20 years on immigration, abortion, taxes, marriage, and every other issue; his is a record you can trust.
The Republican contenders for the White House met for their final debate before the February 1 Iowa Caucus.
The RJC forum gave every Republican candidate a chance to shine, 25 minutes to lay out policy and explain why they should be president. Most of them delivered.
Whether one agrees or disagrees with Rand Paul’s approach to foreign policy, it is important to judge him on his record.
The only real contenders for the nomination are Donald J. Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and, possibly, Ben Carson. Its time to get serious about winnowing the contenders and fighting the DNC.
Early on there was general consensus among Republican candidates that the media needed to get in line and the voters deserved to hear a substantial debate on today's issues.
After a day of micro-inspection into the CNBC Republican Date, the result is that CNBC crew crossed the line into overt hostility.
Murray quotes conservative icon William Buckley to explain that, sometimes, better is the enemy of good enough. Is Marco Rubio good enough? And what about Paul?
Much of Rand Paul’s campaign to date has been petulant and irritable, despite having a strong message, instead of strength he delivers anxiety.