Kentucky Republican Sen & Rand Paul

Randal Howard Rand Paul (born January 7, 1963) is the junior United States Senator for Kentucky. 4.7/5

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Rand Paul doesn't believe there's a War on Women.
Rand Paul campaigns in Iowa for bigger, more diverse Republican Party: CEDAR RAPIDS — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is... ht…
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said in a new interview that Congress should formally declare war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) as a way to limit the engagement against the militant group and take war powers back from President Barack Obama.
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said in an interview with Salon.com that no one in Congress has done as much for the rights of ethnic and racial minorities in the U.S. than himself.
Rand Paul: No one in Congress has done more for minority rights than me: Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul sa...
Rand Paul ensnared in Mideast policy while campaiging in Iowa: Campaigning this week in Iowa, Republican Sen.
Sen. Rand Paul: Hillary Clinton not "fit to lead the country": Kentucky Republican revs up GOP...
*Rand Paul on Hillary Clinton: 'We will make her answer for Benghazi'*. Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul...
Call me nuts but Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, a potential Republican candidate for president impresses me.
Related Story RAND PAUL CHAMPIONING 4TH AMENDMENT TO NATIONS YOUTH FOR HOPE OF GOP CONSERVATIVE RENEWAL Rand Paul: Privacy Issues Can Bring Youth into GOP VIDEO: Fox News Sunday, 09 Mar 2014 By Sandy Fitzgerald, NEWSMAX Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul is still stopping short of saying whether he plans to seek the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, even though he has pushed for a bill back home in his state legislature to allow him to run for both the Senate and the presidency at the same time. "We're definitely talking about it," Paul told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace. "My family's talking about and we're doing the things that would be necessary to make sure that it can happen and will work." However, he told Wallace, "I haven't made my mind up and won't make it up until after the 2014 elections." But meanwhile, he is working to "bring our message to minority voters, people who have been persecuted, young people," and he believes his libertarian-leaning message can help grow the Republican Part ...
it seems Sen. Rand Paul is preparing for a possible run for the presidency in 2016 ! the game will be coloured !
WASHINGTON – Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said the Republican Party has to embrace a message of optimism and “look like the rest of America” to win again.“If we want to win again, if we
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EXography: Tea Party leaders dominate most-searched senators ranking By MARK TAPSCOTT | DECEMBER 31, 2013 AT 6:02 AM Louisiana Mary Landrieu (D): 416,000 search results. David Vitter (R): 328,000 search results. Map by Luke Rosiak/Washington Examiner Topics: Watchdog Senate Tea Party Google Rand Paul Ted Cruz Campaigns EXography Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul is the most written-about member of the U.S. Senate, and by a wide margin over his closest competitor. At least that is the case if the measure used is how many hits come up on a Google search for "Sen. Rand Paul." “ Six of the top 10 were Republicans, including five linked to the Tea Party, and four were Democrats. ” Sign Up for the Watchdog newsletter! Paul generated more than 34 million results in a Dec. 27 Google search on the term "Sen. Rand Paul," 8.2 million more than Texas Republican Ted Cruz, who generated 26.5 million. Search totals vary from day to day, likely reflecting each senator's comparative activity in the daily news flow. F ...
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul celebrated Festivus, the faux holiday made famous by TV sitcom Seinfeld, with the trad...
FILE: Dec. 6, 2013: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., speaks at the Detroit Economic Club held at the Motor City Casino, in Detroit, Mich.AP ADVERTISEMENT Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul tapped his brakes this weekend on a potential 2016 presidential run, …… [ 290 more words. ]
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul is traveling to Detroit this week armed with an ambitious plan to save the bankrupt city. In an interview with The Daily Caller on Wednesday, the Kentucky Republi
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul says he doubts Republicans will succeed in their effort to defund Obamacare with a continuing resolution. The House passed a CR Friday morning that funds the gove
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul does not support the immigration reform bill in its current form, and has said it's "dead on arrival" in the Republican-co...
American taxpayers are paying for a “war on Christianity” at home and abroad, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul said during a speech at a conservative conference Thursday.”There is a war on Christianity,” Paul told an audience of mostly.
On Friday, Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul stopped by “The Mike Huckabee Show,” where he sharply criticized Sen. John McCain’s opposition to his dramatic speaking filibuster earlier in the we
US Senate Shoots Down Bid to Halt Sales of F-16s, Tanks to Egypt January 31, 2013 - By Patrick Goodenough Subscribe to RSS 3002 72 Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul (AP Photo) (CNSNews.com) – The U.S. Senate Thursday defeated an amendment that aimed to prevent the Obama administration from transferring F-16 fighter aircraft and Abrams tanks to an Egypt in disarray. A vote to block the measure proposed by Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) – an amendment to the debt limit bill – passed by a 79–19 vote. In a strongly worded floor statement, Paul questioned the wisdom of providing the sophisticated weaponry at a time when “many see Egypt descending into chaos.” He based his argument on the Egyptian government’s conduct, President Mohammed Morsi’s expressed radical views, and the possibility that the weapons could be used in a future conflict against Israel. “I think this is particularly unwise since Egypt is currently governed by a religious zealot, a religious zealot who said recently that Jews were ...
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul announced Wednesday that he would filibuster any attempt by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to bring the Protect IP Act (PIPA) to a vote. PIPA, the Senate versi
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