Good synopsis of what was said back and forth in Chris Christie vs Rand Paul from the Summer of 2013.
On Meet The Press Sunday, Rep. Raul Labrador (R-ID) reminds Chris Matthews that former Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill (D-MA), once Matthews’ boss, was partially responsible for multiple government shutdowns while Ronald Reagan was president — and yet Matthews has never referred to O’Neill as a terrorist as he has with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).
This is the unedited extended interview.
Rand Paul speaks to Jon Oliver about the Affordable Healthcare Act, mandatory minimum sentencing and liberty.
“I think we all want more people to have healthcare. We all want more people to have insurance. But we think the opposite will happen.”
Paul goes on the explain what he calls “The Dinosaur Syndrome”
“We have a lot of politicians that have really small brains and really big hearts.”
He delivers a couple quick anecdotes about competition bring down prices.
He delivers more anecdotes.
Watch to see what Rand says to earn a “well played” reply from the show’s comedian guest host.
James Koutoulas told Rick Santelli what we already know on CNBC today… that Eric Holder’s DOJ is an enabler of financial fraud.
But the real news that everyone grabbing that headline from Breitbart is missing comes after that. Continue reading
Gary Johnson on the Daily Show last night. He needs to poll at 15% to get invited to the presidential debates so even if you’re not going to vote for him, say that you are when polled =)
This is real. This is happening. You won’t see this on television. Continue reading
CNN points out that Ron Paul in a statistical tie with President Obama if the election were to be held today.
Erin Burnett wonders why there is a love affair between youth and the oldest candidate vying for the Republican presidential nomination. Continue reading
Ron Paul takes questions from Juan Williams, Charles Krauthammer, and online. Continue reading
Judge Napolitano asks you ‘What if?’ Continue reading
On Freedom Watch, Judge Napolitano asks former GOP Presidential candidate Gary Johnson if he really expects to win or if he’s just getting his message out. Continue reading