Blog Posts - Rand Paul



19 June 2016 - SENATOR RAND PAUL

SENATOR RAND PAULG'day folks,Welcome to some background on a fairly controversial US Senator. Randal Howard "Rand" Paul is an American politician and physician. Since 2011, Paul has served in the United States Senate as a member of the Republican P...
by clancy tucker's blog on Jun 18, 2016

Rand Paul's Withdrawal from the GOP Campaign: Regrets from a Democrat

I was sorry to see Rand Paul withdraw from the GOP primaries today.  I'll be voting for the Democratic nominee for President in November, but Rand Paul was far and away the best of the GOP candidates.Among his eminently sensible positions are pr...

Americans Will Be Voting For Lesser of Two Evils in 2016 Presidential Campaign

Hard to get excited about this crop of Presidential candidates.   But to not vote because they are not very likable  is not a good reason either. Source of Image:   Freedom Systems.org Regardless one of these narcissistic persons...
by Catalpa Grove on Jan 7, 2016

Be Wary of Politicians Wanting to Put Troops on the Ground in the Middle East

Let's face it.  After San Bernardino, everyone is looking under rocks for terrorists and we have both the press and presidential politicians (most with no military experience) leading the charge for a full scale invasion to defeat this group of...
by Catalpa Grove on Dec 20, 2015

Fourth GOP Presidential Debate: Rand Paul Scores

Herewith my assessment of the just-concluded fourth GOP 2016 Presidential debate, as always with the proviso that I've only voted Republican once in my life - for John Lindsay, for Mayor of New York City, in 1969 (because he was against the Vietnam W...

I Support Ted Cruz – Our Champion

It is not as if I haven’t tried to get behind some others and this isn’t a blind move – it was a well thought out decision. Ted Cruz is the one person I can get behind. There are others that I really like. I like Rand Paul (if for no other reas...
by SENTRY JOURNAL on Nov 10, 2015

Third GOP Presidential Debate: Participants and Bystanders

Back with a review of the third GOP Presidential debate tonight, as always with the proviso that I've only voted for a Republican once in my life - for John Lindsay for Mayor of New York City decades ago - and no doubt won't be voting for any of the...

2016’s Presidential Candidates By the Books

There are currently 20 people who hope to be president, and almost all of them have had books published. If you’re looking to dig into the mind of any of the candidates, may I suggest a book? To be clear, … Continued You just finished r...
by Book Riot on Oct 22, 2015

Second GOP Presidential Debate: Trump Fails on Immunizations

I'll preface my analysis of the second GOP Presidential debate - three hours, just concluded on CNN - that I'm not a Republican, and this undoubtedly influences my views of who scored and who did not in a Republican debate.   Nonetheless -It see...

The Republican Party: Draping Unfettered Greed in American Flags

In response to a question about income inequality, Sen. Rand Paul said this:"I think it's both government policy and some of the way that economic fruits are distributed. And I think it would be foolish for anyone to argue that it doesn't have someth...
by That's Going Too Far! on Aug 11, 2015

Video: Chris Christie and Rand Paul debate the NSA spying program

   I am on vacation and the remote for the television in the room we are staying in is not working properly so we had to tune into the Republican debate using an app and Fox News radio. After a long day I have to admit that I was not able to make i...
by America's Watchtower on Aug 7, 2015

First 2016 GOP Presidential Debate: My Ranking of the Performances

Continuing my tradition of reviewing the Republican Presidential Debates (and Democratic Debates), which goes back to 2007,  here's my take on what happened on Fox News in Cleveland tonight.First, as a preamble, I thought the 5pm appetizer debat...

Is Rand Paul building a grassroots fundraising juggernaut?

 All of the talk surrounding the Republican Presidential candidates lately has revolved around Donald Trump and some of the latest polls actually show him leading the field on a national level. This bothers the Republican establishment for obvious r...
by America's Watchtower on Jul 10, 2015

10 Hidden Messages In Presidential Campaigns’ Logos

The 2016 presidential campaign is now in full swing, and this week alone had seen two more Republican candidates – Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida, and real estate magnate Donald Trump – throwing their hats into the ring. (Although...
by List of X on Jun 18, 2015

Exotic Animals of the 2016 Campaign

Rand Paultry, Isolationus Chipofftheblockicus, is a bantam, mostly known for stewing. The word "paultry" comes from the French/Norman word poule, itself derived from the Latin word 'pullout', which echoes its distinctive call. (Not to be mistaken as...
by Proof Positive on Jun 12, 2015

Random Thoughts – Actors and Politicians Do Not Mix

Random Thoughts on Actors Meddling in Politics The whole game of politics is a joke to me. Throw a bunch of d-bags into a ring, let them spout off about all the amazing things they’re going to do for us, pick the dog with the least number of fleas...
by jpshaversays on Jun 5, 2015

"The World Still Doesn't Revolve Around You, Rand"

"Some of them I think, secretly want there to be an attack on the United States so they can blame it on me." -Rand PaulOriginal art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art...
by Proof Positive on Jun 4, 2015

Rand Paul: A Study in Transparency

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by Proof Positive on May 31, 2015

Bernard Kerik: Two years since prison release: There's an End to Infinity

Bernard Kerik: Two years since prison release: There's an End to Infinity www.DoingTimeWithBernie.com Bernard Kerik Prison letterwww.DoingTimeWithBernie.com Bernard Kerik Prison letterwww.DoingTimeWithBernie.com Bernard Kerik Prison letterwww.DoingTi...
by DoingTimeWithBernie.com on May 28, 2015

Michael J. Sheehan, Archbishop of Santa Fe ___________________________________________________________  Tmbooe  (tim/boo’e) If there were an organization, named Tmbooe, that was searching for The Most Blessed One On Earth, would you submit your n...
by The Joyful Catholic on May 21, 2015


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