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Rand Paul: Janet Yellen ‘Will Be a Disaster for the Economy’

Published on Oct 31, 2013

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Senator Rand Paul endorses Greg Brannon for U.S. Senate

Raleigh, NC – Today, U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) announced his endorsement of Dr. Greg Brannon for U.S. Senate in North Carolina. “I enthusiastically endorse Greg Brannon for U.S. Senate because he’s a true constitutional conservative who will join me in fighting against business as usual in Washington.” “Americans are looking for leaders who will honor their oath of office by fighting to ‘protect…

Rand Paul On Hannity October 7th 2013

Published on Oct 7, 2013

Rand Paul slammed Democrats’ priorities in light of the government shutdown, saying, “You’ve got to wonder. Apparently the Amber Alert, you know searching for a kidnapped child, has been closed down but Let’s Move weight loss program for the First Lady is open today, so I guess they do have priorities.”

While he believes Dems are “playing games with the shutdown,” the more serious concern is that “they’re also playing games with defaulting” which will scare the markets. “I think it’s irresponsible for the president or Jack Lew or any of his men or women to go out on TV and say, ‘Oh, the U.S. might default.’ […] We’ve never defaulted, we will never default, and there’s not even a reason to default because we have plenty of revenue that comes in every month to pay our interest payment.”

Government Shutdown? 36 Facts Which Prove That Almost Everything Is Still Running

By Michael Snyder, on October 2nd, 2013 All of this whining and crying about a “government shutdown” is a total joke.  You see, there really is very little reason why this “government shutdown” cannot continue indefinitely because almost everything is still running.  63 percent of all federal workers are still working, and 85 percent of…

Making Sense of the Modern Republican Party

Jesse Walker|Sep. 29, 2013 1:13 pm Timothy Carney’s new column looks at the GOP’s internal dynamics. Here’s his starting point: To understand the Republican leadership vacuum, consider what’s different today compared to five years ago. The 2010 Citizens United ruling has spawned SuperPACs that offset the power of the political parties and K Street. The Republican earmark…

CATO: Libertarians May Have Reached A Tipping Point In The Republican Party

Ted Cruz Speech Nods to Increasing Libertarian Views within Republican Party By DAVID KIRBY During his Ironman 21-hour speech, Sen. Ted Cruz read excerpts from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, name-dropped “libertarians” at least six times, and yielded to Sen. Rand Paul, who invoked Frederic Bastiat’s “What is Seen and Unseen,” a favorite among libertarians. Ted Cruz, who retained remarkable composure over the…

Who Does Ron Paul Think Will Get The 2016 GOP Nomination? Hint: Someone Who Lives In KY

By Ed LaRue 9/27/2013 2:50 am Ron Paul made a well-received appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. While there, the former Congressman from the state of TX was asked by Leno who he thinks will get the Republican Nomination. Paul’s answer?  “Well probably someone who lives in Texas, I mean used to live in…