Rand Paul Thinks Recovering From His Injuries Was "A Living Hell"? Try Doing it Without Insurance
The tone deafness of the Republican elite is unbearable.
The tone deafness of the Republican elite is unbearable.
The California Republican dubbed "Putin's Favorite Congressman" is now fighting an increasingly uphill battle for re-election in 2018.
For a "progressive," he sounds an awful lot like a Trumper.
The ultimate declaration of party over country and the rule of law.
It's not just a show, it's a shitshow, and we've got clips in real time.
If you want to watch Republican candidate hit Donald Trump's fist with their faces over and over again, you've come to the right place. Let the pigeons loose!
After cramming 7 minutes of entertainment into 80 minutes of kiddie-table debate Thursday afternoon, the main event is finally here: the first official 2016 Republican presidential candidates' debate. Frontrunner Donald Trump faces off against the rest of the top ten in a death match to the death, and we will have all the highlights in near-real time.
Here are the 6 most prominent Republicans running with the story (and surprise surprise, most of them are running for President)
Sorry, Rand, you're gonna have to do better than that. It's a whole new world out there.
Senator Rand Paul met with deadbeat rancher Cliven Bundy on Monday, but if the slavery-nostalgic Bundy has his way, Paul won't be the last Republican contender to court him.
Rand Paul caused fainting spells by absurdly suggesting that some senators are rooting for a terrorist attack so they can blame him, but he's right about one thing: blame him, they will.
On Thursday morning, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest brought the Obama administration's rhetoric on the USA Freedom Act up to a simmer.
Go on, add a few more. Why not?
The scandal that clearly wasn't a scandal will apparently provide enough ammunition to take down the Democratic front runner for the 2016 Presidential election. Welcome to the world of Rand Paul...
Yes, the movie predicts the criminalization of Christianity. There are so many layers to unpack here, so let's just dive in.
Rand Paul once said the government might enforce mandatory vaccinations by declaring martial law.
Rand Paul's chief liability is his consistent lack of consistency, and this new statement on drones falls perfectly in line with his record of obvious flip-flopping on the issue.
Perhaps it's too much to expect from our political media, but Rand Paul, and every other Republican, for that matter, should be asked which of David Duke's policies they disagree with, and why white supremacists are so attracted to them.
Greenwald made it perfectly clear that Warren is more or less just another political demon, all too willing to genuflect to Israel.
Rand Paul is a slick used-car salesman who's always on the lookout for opportunistic material with which to trick voters into buying his clown-sized jalopy.
MEMBERS ONLY: As we've covered here many times, Paul's flip-flops make Mitt Romney look like a pillar of steadfast integrity, but for some reason, guys like Maher along with a small faction of the far-left are completely blind to Paul's serial waffling and doofery.
Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are relatively new to politics, so perhaps they don't realize that the surgeon general can't pass legislation, and therefore is incapable of implementing an assault weapons ban.
Paul's tweets might seem innocuous, maybe even a little bit playful, but the resentment he's tapping into is even more rabid and ugly than the hostility directed at her husband.
Republican Senator and 2016 presidential hopeful Rand Paul (R-KY) gets a lot of credit from the media for allegedly reaching out to black voters, but when it comes to Republican voter suppression measures, Rand is still a good ol' boy at heart.
Contracting Ebola isn't necessarily fatal, but we're afraid the idiocy of Todd Kincannon is terminal.
He hates executive orders so much that he would get rid of all executive orders by decree of an executive order.
Clearly he's been suckered like so many others -- not realizing that Paul is an empty suit.
On this week's Bob & Chez Show, the guys discuss all things ISIS, including the Duck Dynasty Foreign Policy, Rand Paul's flip-flops and Glenn Greenwald's tasteless reaction.
Now he's backpedaling on his flirtation with intervention. Surprise, surprise. Let's review.
New rule: if you happen to agree with something Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) says, wait five minutes and he'll say the exact opposite.
Really, truly, annoying.
He's an opportunist and will say just about anything in order to sucker either the far-right and the far-left into supporting him.
Rand Paul bucks the predominant conservative narrative about the shooting death of Mike Brown by slamming the police response to it and the inherent racism in the criminal justice system.
The ascendancy of Rand Paul might be the one true barometer for the mainstreaming of the political fringes.
Steve King stayed to face the music while Rand Paul bolted like the Roadrunner, leaving his sandwich to spin around in the air for several seconds before falling back onto the plate.
Rand Paul threw a hissy fit on MSNBC Wednesday, and was still raging hours later when he spoke to a group of young libertarians about how the "cranks and hacks" just totally ruined his day.
Out of ideas in the present, the Republican Party instead offers Reagan, and soon even that will lose its appeal.
Rand Paul won't have an easy path to the nomination, but more and more it's looking like he'll have the easiest.
Now that Rick Perry has convinced us he’s smart because of his new glasses, it’s time other possible presidential candidates take a page out of the governor’s playbook.
'America' is a stunning triumph of Glenn Beck-style political paranoia.
Dick Cheney is back and pushing his neoconservative agenda -- not because he can stop President Obama now, but a President Rand Paul in the future, all while securing his "legacy."
A bipartisan effort is underway to cover a highway construction shortfall by allowing U.S. companies with offshore tax havens to repatriate the money at a huge discount.
First, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) delayed U.S. Senate proceedings with an 18-hour "Stand With Rand" filibuster in opposition to the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, also known as "drones," against U.S. citizens. Then, a short time later, he suggested law enforcement use drones to kill a liquor store burglar inside the U.S. Now he's threatening the use of drones against former Guantanamo detainees.
As Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) ably demonstrated, just because you don’t say “black” doesn’t mean we can’t hear it. On Tuesday night’s The Kelly File, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and host Megyn Kelly artfully avoided the word “black,” while expanding Ryan’s criticism of the black community to include “thuggishness” and a “sickness of spirit,” as well as an ability to tell right from wrong.
A venue where there have been more than a few gun massacres, one of which coined the phrase "going postal," absolutely needs to welcome firearms inside again.
Welcome back to the work week. Here are a few headlines and internet goodies to get you through the day.