Author: Kathleen

How Crooks, Liars and an Orange-Faced Narcissist Killed Rand Paul’s Campaign

Media Bias and Hillary’s Trump Card I’m one of the Liberty-loving Americans who was crushed to hear that Rand Paul had suspended his campaign after landing in 5th place after the Iowa Caucuses. Crushed, but not surprised. From the moment the “orange-faced windbag” t.Rump announced he was running for President—as a REPUBLICAN!—I knew the fix was in. My theory all along? It’s no coincidence that t.Rump got into the race just after the news broke that the United States Secretary of State routed all—ALL—of her official State Department electronic correspondence through a physically and electronically unsecured, consumer-quality, easily-hacked email...

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Rand Paul Beats Jeb, Christie, Kasich And Fiorina In Des Moines Register Poll

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) says that in the most recent Des Moines Register poll, he leads Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Chris Christie and Carly Fiorina, so he sees no reason why his campaign should be reduced to second tier. “At this late stage, we just can’t accept any sort of false designation,” Paul told host Stephen K. Bannon on Breitbart News daily. When asked about the GOP debate tomorrow night, which is he boycotting, Paul notes: “we beat Bush, we beat Kasich, I think we beat Christie we beat Fiorina,” he said. Paul has a point. From the Des Moines Register, after re-capping the front runners: Everyone else is in single digits: Rand Paul at 5 percent; Jeb Bush, 4 percent; Chris Christie and Mike Huckabee, tied with 3 percent; John Kasich and Carly Fiorina, tied at 2 percent; and Rick Santorum with 1 percent. Asked about last night’s State of the Union address, Sen. Paul said, “I’m really not sure I heard any new solutions last night. I heard sort of the same old stuff.” Paul then went on to discuss his five-year push for auditing the Federal Reserve, pointing out he did just secure a majority vote in favor of that in the Senate. Click here to read more:...

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RAND PAUL: Here’s Why We Should Audit The Fed

By Senator Rand Paul It is no secret that the Federal Reserve’s unchecked printing press causes recessions and increases income inequality. Allowing the Fed to inflate our money supply will artificially keep interests rates low, but at what cost? Their acts can no longer go unchecked, which is why I am proud to carry forth my father’s original ‘Audit the Fed’ legislation, which will receive a vote in the Senate in early January. In 2009, Senator Cruz drafted a legal brief praising President Obama’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, a stimulus bill that increased deficit spending by over $800 billion. In the brief, Senator Cruz argued that the bill’s handouts will “directly impact the economy” and “further the greater purpose of economic recovery for America,” Earlier this month, Cruz then blamed the Great Recession not on the Federal Reserve’s artificial lowering of interest rates, but on its failure to continue pushing them down in a timely manner. Cruz said that the Federal Reserve’s decision to “[shift] to a tighter monetary policy…set the stage for the financial crisis.” On the campaign trail, Senator Cruz has further demonstrated his unwillingness to rein in artificial credit expansion by repeatedly callingfor the Fed to follow “rules-based” monetary policy. This means that he still wants to control the money supply in order to meet the requirements of a mandate or equation. I couldn’t disagree...

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Rand Paul Event in SC Draws New GOP Voters, Independents

In Rock Hill, Rand Paul is ‘talking to people who have been ignored’ Rock Hill event for Ky. senator draws people who are not average Republican voters “There are people here I’ve never seen before,” says local congressman VIDEO: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/politics-government/article36286893.html When U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney of Indian Land [SC] gave Paul his endorsement on Wednesday, he noted that Paul speaks to people whom other campaigns have ignored. “There are people here I’ve never seen before,” Mulvaney said. “They may not even know they were Republicans.” When he looked for a candidate he could support for president, Mulvaney said he wanted someone who could do that kind of outreach on behalf of the GOP to non-traditional Republican voters. “You want someone who can explain things,” he said. In his own remarks, Paul emphasized that he’s spoken at historically black colleges and addressed the Urban League, emphasizing criminal justice reform as a way to reach minority voters. He’s also spoken to students at the liberal bastion of the University of California at Berkeley. “And I said the same thing at Liberty University as I did at Cal Berkeley,” he said. “That you have a right to be left alone.” That messages resonates with [Kenneth] Derrick, who also identifies as an independent. His main concern is overreach by the federal government, especially in the form of the massive digital surveillance program launched...

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