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October 14

Why Rand Paul Thinks He Can

We all know the childhood story of the train going up the hill, who huffs and puffs “I think I can, I think I can.” For the 2016 presidential race, Rand Paul is the train. While he is easily one of the most popular senators who gets the most publicity, largely due to his filibusters, […]

June 01

PATRIOT Act Expires

Senator Rand Paul posted this 13 hours ago on his Facebook: “It’s 12:02…officially a new day in America. A day with more liberty and freedom! Thanks to your help provisions that allowed bulk collection on innocent American citizens have expired. This is a major victory for the Constitution.” He was joined in jubilation with Congressman […]

June 01

A Line in the Sand for Republicans

Eight years ago, it was the Republicans who were the war hawks, big government, tax break party. It was in fact President George W Bush who signed into law the original PATRIOT Act, which allows for the NSA surveillance business records, phone lines, and watch of “lone wolfs” who may be associated with acts of […]

May 09

Rand Paul Reaches Out to Black Caucus for Reform

Before Senator Rand Paul declared he would be seeking the Republican presidential nomination, he already began his quest to incorporate African American votes. In particular, Paul is an advocate for criminal reform, in particular for allowing felons the right to vote. He said that as a Christian, he believes in second chances, and thinks that […]

May 04

From Confusion Comes Clarity

Nothing shows the deep factions within the Republican Party quite like the upcoming 2016 election. Already, there are five official candidates for the primary. These include Senator Ted Cruz from Texas, Senator Rand Paul from Kentucky, Senator Marco Rubio from Florida, Governor Mike Huckabee from Arkansas, Ben Carson from Florida, and Carly Fiorina from California. […]