Rand Paul & Kentucky Republican

Randal Howard Rand Paul (born January 7, 1963) is the junior United States Senator for Kentucky. The 2008 Kentucky Republican primary took place on May 20, 2008. The only Republican candidates that were still in the race were Senator John Mccain and Congressman Ron Paul. 5.0/5

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Man charged with assaulting Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul - Alleged assault occurred at politician’s Warren County home on Frida...
Rand Paul of Kentucky must go! Support a different Republican candidate for Kentucky the state I am from. Paul Ryan is your adversary and is
Latest Republican health bill 'a porkfest, a monstrosity', Rand Paul says of the major poor of Kentucky
Also in 2010, Rush warned Kentucky Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul to stop using “Spirit Of Radio” at rallies and on web ads.
Rand Paul has just transferred money to pay for a caucus to the Kentucky Republican Party. Today was deadline for him to d…
Sen. Rand Paul sends $250k to Republican Party of Kentucky keeping caucus alive
WASHINGTON (AP) — Rand Paul may only yet be a candidate for re-election to the Senate in 2016, but the first-term Kentucky Republican already is sprinting toward the race for president. The libertarian-minded lawmaker is set to visit several W...
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Rand Paul knocks out Marco Rubio like Ali over Foreman: Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, has delivered a k...
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, says if President Obama moves unilaterally to grant legal status to potentially millions of illegal immigrants, the matter could ultimately end up before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sen. Rand Paul is making moves for 2016. After successfully campaigning for GOP candidates in this year's midterm elections, the Kentucky Republican is now taking steps toward declaring a 2016 Republican presidential bid by bringing a medium-sized team of advisers for a closed-door summit in Washing…
Why Rand Paul was the only Kentucky Republican to lose on Tuesday
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, managed to tease former Rep. Anthony Weiner and slam former IRS official Lois Lerner in one zinger while speaking to an audience in New Hampshire on Thursday.
ANTIGUA, Guatemala -- Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) is visiting Guatemala to perform pro bono eye surgeries, a trip his political advisers are saying is strictly charity work but offers an important platform for the Kentucky Republican at the epicenter of the border crisis.
Sen. Rand Paul: Hillary Clinton not "fit to lead the country": Kentucky Republican revs up GOP...
Washington (CNN) - Sen. Rand Paul intertwined his message against foreign aid on Friday with a message that appeals to the GOP's social conservative base. "There's a war on Christianity going on, and sometimes you're being asked to pay for it," the Kentucky Republican said.
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FORT WORTH, Texas — Sen. Rand Paul on Friday likened Democrats to the recently released Taliban detainees at Guantánamo Bay in a speech here at the Texas GOP convention. “Mr. President, you love to trade people,” the Kentucky Republican and likely 2016 contender said to laug…
Sen. Rand Paul is unlikely to be Rupert Murdoch's horse in the presidential race but that didn't stop the Kentucky Republican from trying to woo the media mogul.
Sen. Rand Paul appears to be the man to beat in Colorado in 2016, a new poll says. Colorado voters would favor the Kentucky Republican over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by 48 percent to 43 percent in a potential 2016 presidential race, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll. Paul…
Liberal comic Bill Maher praised Sen. Rand Paul following his straw poll victory at CPAC, saying the Kentucky Republican could give Hillary Clinton “a run for her money,” if both run in 2016. Maher, during his HBO program “Real Time with Bill Maher” on Friday, said that while...
Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican, said the protocol is too “sweeping” and would threaten protections under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guards against unreasonable search and seizure. Defending the Constitution what a horrible thing. Imagine if it were YOUR bank account. Another example of the American Gestapo aka IRS overstepping its authority.
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) criticized Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) Sunday, saying the Kentucky Republican is scaring the American people. "Here's a person who said we'r...
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Rand Paul: No need to call president names - The Kentucky Republican, who is weighing a 2016...
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, is objecting to President Obama’s nominee to be the next Surgeon General of the United States because of what he says is a history of political advocacy and push for gun controls.
A man in California, Paul Horner has legally married his dog, mac. The wedding ceremony was conducted by father McHale. Kentucky Republican, and heroic champion of limited government, Rand Paul had June last year expressed worry *** marriage will lead to marriages between humans and non-humans. It was at the time regarded as the world’s most insulting, ignorant, and nonsensical argument against *** marriage, but whether it was nonsensical or not, a man was joined with his dog in holy matrimony months later. Paul had said, “It is difficult because if we have no laws on this people take it to one extension further,” Paul said. “Does it have to be humans?” dog marriage1 PHOTOS: Man Marries His Dog As Human Animal Marriage Becomes Legal In American State Apparently realising the backlash following his comment could do more bad than good, Paul called backsies on the comments later in the day. “I don’t think it will be with multiple humans, and I think it will be human and human,” Paul clarified ...
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, blasted former President Bill Clinton Wednesday morning as a “serial philanderer” and argued that there’s a question of hypocrisy as Democrats accuse the GOP of engaging in their own “war on women.”
Sen. Rand Paul doubled down Tuesday on his recent criticism of Bill Clinton, even as he stressed that the fallout from the former president’s philandering in the 1990s wouldn’t “apply” to Hillary Clinton, should she decide to run for the White House. The Kentucky Republican t...
Laughable: FBI finally gets around to investigating IRS...7 mos late: “They say the fox isn’t good to guard the henhouse; the fox is probably not good to investigate the henhouse, either,” said Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican. “I think these investigations need to be done by independent people outside of the administratiion."
Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, acknowledged that he’s seriously weighing a bid for president but that he has to balance such ambitions with family considerations.
Democratic attempts to extend unemployment benefits for 1.3 million workers were a "disservice" to the unemployed, Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday. "I support unemployment benefits for the 28 weeks they're paid for," the Kentucky Republican said on "Fox News Sunday." &qu...
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Sen. Rand Paul, Kentucky Republican, said Sunday that in light of recent revelations about data mining by the National Security Agency, the country needs a serious examination of privacy and the Fourth Amendment — and he pledged to take the fight to the country’s highest court if necessary.
WASHINGTON -- The plagiarism charges against Sen. Rand Paul continued to pour in Thursday, as BuzzFeed uncovered evidence that more sections of the Kentucky Republican's 2012 book Government Bullies were lifted from scholars at think tanks. BuzzFeed's Andrew Kaczynski revealed four passages from Pau...
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Rand Paul lashed out at the media Wednesday for its coverage of the plagiarism allegations that have rocked the Kentucky Republican over the last week.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) thinks the media doth protest too much, and if he were a journalism professor he would flunk the media for reporting on several instances of apparent plagiarism found in speeches and text by the Kentucky Republican. A journalism professor at Baylor University, Paul's alma mater...
Another day, another example of Rand Paul playing fast and loose with rules of attribution. After some digging, BuzzFeed's Andrew Kaczynski found that sections of of a Washtington Times op-ed that the Kentucky Republican penned in September appear "nearly identical" to those found in an essay writte...
Sen. Rand Paul is threatening to put a hold on the nomination of Janet Yellen to chair the Fed, a source close to the Kentucky Republican said.
Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday "the one thing" he could not accept as part of a deal to end the government shutdown is an increase in the sequestration caps. "It's funny," the Kentucky Republican said of Democrats. "They're all about Obamacare being the law of the land,…
Sen. Rand Paul says President Barack Obama and his aides have waded into dangerous territory by suggesting that the U.S. government might default on its debt. “It’s irresponsible of the president and his men to even talk about default," the Kentucky Republican said Sunday on NBC&
A conversation between two conservative GOP senators showed Republicans think they can win the debate. In the comments caught by live microphone, Tea Party-backed Sen. Rand Paul told his Kentucky Republican colleague, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, that continuing to hammer Democrats for refusing to consider GOP proposals would eventually succeed.
Ky. Secretary of State Challenges McConnell Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, will face a 2014 election challenge from popular Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes. At a press conference on Monday, Grimes said McConnell is vulnerable to defeat. "Kentucky is tired of 28 years of obstruction ... tired of a senior senator that has lost touch with Kentucky issues, voters and their values," said Grimes. A poll in late May by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling found McConnell and Grimes tied at 45 percent each. The poll also showed McConnell with a 44 percent approval and 47 percent disapproval rating. McConnell immediately fired back in a statement accusing her of pursuing a liberal agenda. "Accepting the invitation from countless Washington liberals to become President (Barack) Obama's Kentucky candidate was a courageous decision by Alison Lundergan Grimes and I look forward to a respectful exchange of ideas," he said in statement. He said Grimes supports a ...
What? The govt lies? (Duh!) They just PROVED some were lying in the IRS non profit case and now some are offended at the charge of lying? Ha people lie ALL THE TIME. ALL DAY EVERY day. Why would the govt be any different? That view was countered by Sen. Rand Paul, a libertarian-minded Kentucky Republican who has been one of the few U.S. lawmakers to praise Snowden. While he warned Snowden would be discredited if he "cozies up to the Russian government," Paul suggested the former CIA employee had lived up to his duty as a citizen by exposing what he felt were government misdeeds. "I would say that Mr. Snowden hasn't lied to anyone. He did break his oath of office, but part of his oath of office is to the Constitution," Paul said on CNN, adding: "He was simply coming forward and telling the truth -- that your government was lying."
Norah O'Donnell unsurprisingly conducted a confrontational interview of Senator Rand Paul on Tuesday's CBS This Morning, pummeling the Kentucky Republican for his strong opposition to the National Security Agency's controversial PRISM surveillance program. The anchor played up how "all three branche...
With the government looking at a billion telephone calls every day, Sen. Rand Paul wants Americans to join a class-action lawsuit to take the issue to the U.S. Supreme Court. Appearing on Fox News Sunday, the Kentucky Republican said he wants all Internet providers and...
Republicans led by political strategist Karl Rove lashed out at President Barack Obama Wednesday for elevating U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to White House national security adviser, suggesting she should be fired rather than kept on for what they described as misleading the American people on the Benghazi attack last September. "This is a defiant gesture by the president saying to the Republicans: I know you think she lied, she misled the country, but who cares. I'm doing it," Rove said on Fox News Wednesday, adding that her appointment is just more evidence that the president plans to become more partisan and "get more in the face of Republicans." Two of Obama's fiercest critics, Sen. Rand Paul and Rep. Jason Chaffetz, also blasted the decision. "I can't imagine ... that we would be keeping Ambassador Rice in any significant position, much less promoting her to an important position," Paul, the Kentucky Republican, said on Fox News. "How will [the administration] ever have the authority for people to belie ...
Sen. Rand Paul put drones in the headlines this week with his 13-hour filibuster of John Brennan's nomination as CIA director. But instead of helping us weigh the many important questions surrounding use of the unmanned weapons, the Kentucky Republican only succeeded in focusing attention on one car...
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Just before the Senate on Thursday voted to confirm John Brennan to head the CIA, his nomination had to overcome one last obstacle – a filibuster of nearly 13 hours led by Sen. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican. Paul had taken the floor amid concerns aired by some on both sides of the aisle about t...
Rand Paul has managed to pull a Willie Nelson. In songwriter Bruce Robison’s playfully deifying telling, Nelson moved to Austin from Nashville in the 1970s and, “like a miracle,” gave “all the rednecks and hippies from New York City down to Mississippi” something to cheer about, side by side. The list of senators who stepped onto the Senate floor to help the Kentucky Republican keep up his nearly 13-hour, old-timey talking filibuster about President Obama’s drone policy didn’t include senators from New York or Mississippi, but it did encompass Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) among a supporting cast of Tea Party and establishment Republicans. The groups of people cheering him on outside the Senate defied the idea of an America polarized along strict partisan lines.
Sen. John Mccain (R-AZ) on Thursday went after Sen. Rand Paul's talking filibuster of CIA director nominee John Brennan, calling the Kentucky Republican's claim that the U.S. could have hypothetically conducted a drone strike on Jane Fonda during the Vietnam War "ridiculous." "To somehow allege or i...
Senator ends long floor speech blocking CIA pick By RICHARD LARDNER | Associated Press – 4 hrs ago WASHINGTON (AP) — A Tea Party senator from Kentucky used an old-style filibuster lasting nearly 13 hours to block Senate confirmation of John Brennan's nomination to be CIA director. Sen. Rand Paul ended his filibuster shortly after midnight, but Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, also a Kentucky Republican, said he would continue to oppose Brennan's confirmation and try to keep the debate going. After Paul yielded the floor, Sen. *** Durbin, D-Ill., filed a motion to cut off debate on Brennan's nomination and bring it up for a vote. Paul ended his lengthy speech with a joke. He said that he was tempted to go another 12 hours and try to break former South Carolina Sen. Strom Thurmond's filibuster record of 24 hours, but he needed to use the bathroom. "I discovered that there are some limits to filibustering and I'm going to have to go and take care of one of those in a few minutes," Paul said. But . ...
A scientist nibbled away at Sen. Rand Paul on Friday after the Kentucky Republican blasted his research on schools of fish as wasteful federal spending. “He got the funding wrong and the species wrong, and he misrepresents the work we’ve done,” Princeton science professor Iain Couz...
Few Democratic or Republican leaders have been as outspoken in their views on the Benghazi debacle and the administration's role in a potential gun-running scheme than Sen. Rand Paul. In fact, the Kentucky Republican excoriated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during her recent testimony on...
Sen. Rand Paul is calling the U.S. sale of 16 advanced F-16 fighter jets to Egypt "a huge mistake" that could come back to "haunt" America in the years ahead, depending on the direction Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi takes his country. " I think it's a huge mistake," the Kentucky Republican told Fox News' Greta Van Susteren Thursday night. " I think there's a potential that it elevates an arms race, and what we give to Egypt, Israel wants more or needs more to defend themselves," Paul continued. "And I think there's a risk. President Morsi's had words . . . calling those who are in favor of Israel, calling them bloodsuckers, and apes, and descendants of pigs. I'd be a little bit concerned about arming a person who had that kind of language. "I'm also concerned that these are weapons that could come back to haunt us," Paul added, recalling how the United States helped arm Osama bin Laden in the 1980s when he was part of the Mujahideen in Afghanistan. I'm not sure exactly what would happen, necessarily," ...
POLITICO: Rand Paul draws blog love, hate : "Who’s more polarizing than Hillary Clinton? Try Sen. Rand Paul. Bloggers on the left and right zeroed in on the Kentucky Republican after his engagement with Clinton at Wednesday’s Benghazi hearing. The right crowned Paul as their anti-Hillary crusader, bravely going against a mainstream media ready to anoint the outgoing-secretary of state as 2016’s president in waiting. Across the aisle, the left viewed him as an arrogant, whiny politician, pushing radical conservative conspiracy theories. “I would have fired you,” the son of former GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul told Clinton during her testimony about the Sept. 11, attack in Benghazi, Libya, where U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens was killed. “I figured he might be the boldest Republican questioner but I had no idea how bold,” wrote Hot Air’s conservative blogger Allahphundit. “He’s taking dead aim at the insulting charade of buck-stops-here bravado among American politicians who are hap ...
Sen. Rand Paul said Thursday that teachers and principals should carry concealed weapons in the classroom to prevent another mass shooting from happening. “Is it perfect? No. Would they always get the killer? No. Would an accident sometimes happen in a melee? Maybe,” the Kentucky Republican told a g...
Sen. Rand Paul is pledging to undo some of President Barack Obama’s executive orders on guns that the Kentucky Republican believes overreach. “In this bill we will nullify anything the president does that smacks of legislation,” Rand said Wednesday on Fox’s “Hannity,&rd...
Sen. Rand Paul, heir apparent to his father's political movement, said he's thinking about making a run for president. "We are going to have to have somebody a little bit different than we've had in the past," the Kentucky Republican said in a radio interview Friday with Andrea...
Sen. Rand Paul accused fellow Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham on Thursday of providing aid and comfort to Democrats in the fall battle for Senate control. An outside spending group controlled by Paul, a Kentucky Republican, launched an ad this week attacking Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) for opposing Pa...
Credit where credit is due: U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican, doesn’t often make much sense. But he said something this morning that rings true. He referred to his party’s “typical ‘we need to bomb everybody tomorrow’ policy.” The story is HERE. Related posts: Is Herman Cain ready for G...
I think these *** are all screwed up now, but I like Ron Paul's comment. WASHINGTON — Sen. Rand Paul, who said he wasn't sure President Obama's views on marriage "could get any gayer," was rebuked by an influential evangelical leader Sunday. Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, appearing onCBS' "Face the Nation," strongly disagreed with the Kentucky Republican's choice of words. "I don't think this is something we should joke about," Perkins said. "We are talking about individuals who feel very strongly one way or the other, and I think we should be civil, respectful, allowing all sides to have the debate. I think this is not something to laugh about. It's not something to poke fun at other people about. This is a very serious issue." And Rand Paul's father, GOP presidential hopeful Rep. Ron Paul of Texas, said the government should not make rules on marriage. The libertarian view, he told Fox News, is, "Stay out of people's lives. I would like the state to stay out of marriage. Let two pe ...
Sen. Rand Paul mocked President Obama’s recent support of *** marriage on Friday, saying he didn’t think Obama’s views “could get any gayer.” “The president recently weighed in on marriage and you know he said his views were evolving on marriage,” the Kentucky Republican said...
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