Also, waiting for the Ferguson jury decision. And why did Rand Paul oppose the USA Freedom Act?
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Also, waiting for the Ferguson jury decision. And why did Rand Paul oppose the USA Freedom Act?
Except Rand Paul.
Also, is Obama’s upcoming executive order on immigration unconstitutional? And with a Republican Congress in January, will Obama be out-of-control?
There was a reason so many Republican candidates wanted the Kentucky senator in their corner.
Also, is marijuana legalization passing in Oregon and Washington DC a tipping point? And, does a Republican majority in the Senate open the door for a more libertarian government?
Also, are we ready for another Bush in White House? And Hillary says businesses don’t create jobs, so who creates them?
Are conservatives still serious about smaller government?
On Facebook and in life, separating the personal from the political is so important.
Also, should churches be forced to perform same sex marriages? And can libertarians do a better job of spreading their message?
The vice president’s shameless and disgusting hypocrisy.
Also, will Supreme Court decide NSA spying is illegal? And, is John McCain right that we need an “Ebola Czar?”
Even if you don’t agree with them.
Also, is banning travel to Ebola stricken countries isolationism? And is the ISIS threat being blown out of proportion?
It’s hard to imagine one more costly.
Also, are Americans keeping things in perspective with the Oklahoma beheading? And why does John McCain now say he would support Rand Paul for president?
A reply to Matt K. Lewis.
Also, was John McCain really hanging out with ISIS? And what will it take for Republicans to be mainstream?
As the different conservative approaches to ISIS, the NSA, Ferguson and the drug war remind us.
Also, should Mark Sanford’s personal life overshadow his voting record? And is Rand Paul scaring the establishment?
Washington’s cartoonish inability to comprehend anything beyond extremes.
Also, are 9/11 “truthers” hurting the liberty movement? And, is Rand Paul’s foreign policy libertarian?
Let’s give credit where credit is due.
If you’ve paid attention to what he’s said.
Also, is ISIS a real threat to America? And are libertarians eating their own?
Also, is Florida ready to legalize marijuana? And was the murder of James Foley by the Islamic State an act of war?
How did we get here and what do we do now?
No more than criticizing teachers unions is “anti-teacher.”
Also, what is the libertarian response to the Ferguson crisis? Police departments are behaving like small armies–is it time to demilitarize law enforcement?
It’s human nature. It’s also an unfortunate aspect of modern American foreign policy.
Also, has the libertarian moment arrived? And Steve King reminds us how to NOT talk about immigration.
Iraqi Christians face greater threats today than they have in the last 2000 years.
Has libertarians’ moment finally arrived? That depends on libertarians.
Also, Do Lois Lerner’s new emails prove that the IRS cannot be politically unbiased? And Obama admits the US tortured after 9/11–you don’t say?
Also, what should the U.S. role be regarding Israel? And Darth Vader 2016?
Is Ron Paul really “Putin’s new best friend?”
Is dehumanizing Hispanic kids a conservative value?
Also, is it government’s job to tell you what we should eat, drink, smoke and think? And can you be a conservative without being a libertarian?
Who wins the argument could determine conservatism’s future.
Also – Why is Rick Perry so afraid of Rand Paul? Why aren’t there more black libertarians?
It wasn’t supposed to be about the Texas governor but last week, it was.
Why in the hell are Republicans selling “I Miss W” t-shirts?
What he did is something conservatives can’t afford to forget.
America’s founders loved liberty. Washington’s current inhabitants wish they didn’t love it so much.
By the extreme standard of today’s hawks and neoconservatives, even Ike was a wimp.
Republicans can’t ignore black voters.
Is a potential 2016 presidential race between the libertarian hero and the Democrat favorite already shaping up?
Even if you agree with his foreign policy.
The IRS scandal is heating up. Will Rand Paul be successful in restoring the voting rights of non-violent drug offenders? The battle continues for the future of the GOP–and Dick Cheney is still stuck in 2003. This and more on the Rare Report!
Why restoring the voting rights of ex-felons should be a conservative cause.
Some Ronald Reagan stuff too. They’re upset about a lot of things.
John McCain needs mental help.
PODCAST: What does Eric Cantor’s defeat by David Brat mean for the tea party and libertarians? Is the U.S. going back to Iraq?
Eric Cantor didn’t lose just because of immigration reform.
The Texas GOP party platform just asked homosexuals to “de-gay” through therapy. I’m not kidding.
The GOP establishment accuses Rand Paul, Justin Amash and Thomas Massie of not being “real” Republicans. They’re right.
And today, the U.S. senate confirmed the judge who essentially signed his death warrant.
And if it is, then so is “warmonger.”
To grow their party, Republicans are going to have pick their battles. This one isn’t worth it.
Whether Republican hawks like it or not.
Though most conservatives reject Cliven Bundy’s racist comments, they must still do a better job in understanding and respecting black Americans.
In 1991, one album by one band changed the way Americans heard popular music forever.
Should we always err on the side of liberty? Or national security at all costs? Conservatives can’t decide.
Putting a face on children killed by U.S. drones.
At least not in the way Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater meant it.
From global warming to organic food and beyond, there is reason to doubt “scientific consensus.”
Neoconservatives like Jennifer Rubin and Democrat loyalists like Robert Reich don’t like Rand Paul’s attempts to reach across party lines one bit.
Republicans who still see no fault with Bush-Cheney style foreign policy will continue to handicap and marginalize their party.
Reflecting a consistent trend in recent years of Americans wanting to avoid foreign interventions, most Democrats, Republicans and independents say the US should “not get too involved” in the Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Libertarianism continues to make the conservative movement younger, modern and… actually conservative.
Like most Americans, it seems conservatives are also war-weary, according to this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference survey.
For a half decade, the Paul family have dominated the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll.
A majority of conservatives in each almost every age group at CPAC supports marijuana legalization.
The tea party and libertarian favorite wins the coveted Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll for the second year in a row.
Rand Paul asked a standing room only crowd at CPAC on Friday, “Next generation of liberty lovers, will you stand and be heard?”
The libertarian drift of the Conservative Political Action Conference in recent years was on full display during a panel Friday on Edward Snowden and national security.
The Florida Senator urges conservatives to embrace the neoconservative foreign policy agenda that defined Bush-Cheney.
Republican fear mongering over proposed Pentagon cuts is no different than Democrats saying Paul Ryan wants to push grandma off a cliff.
Dallas Buyers Club got a lot of attention last night. This is good news for one of the most libertarian films ever made.
Most Americans still believe in the movement’s original libertarian mission to shrink government, even if they don’t like the label.
Conservatives defend Ted Nugent for the same reason liberals ignored Alec Baldwin.
Obama and Bush’s foreign policy legacies frowned upon by most Americans.
Joe Trippi says, “The younger generation is probably the most libertarian and sort of tolerant, and has more libertarian values, I’d say, than any generation in American history.”
Is not caring what minorities think part of being a conservative?
The congressman tells youth conference that libertarian ideas are just common sense.
Before Clarence Thomas was rightwing he was a left radical—but for conservative reasons.
“Dirty Wars” director says Rand Paul reflects “what should be some of the core values of liberals when it comes to questions of civil liberties” more than the left-leaning news channel.
The tea party congressman said, “I don’t see much space between classical liberalism, conservatism in the American sense, and libertarianism.”
New federal guidelines allow financial institutions to do business with marijuana distributors without fear of breaking federal law.
“The Square” shows gas canisters used against protesters in Egypt’s 2011 uprising read “Made in the USA.”
Why did so many American media outlets help Tehran spread its propaganda?
Lindsey Graham said in 2009, “we’re not going to build this party around libertarian ideas.” In 2014, the senator looks pretty dumb.
The Tea Party leaders announced a class action lawsuit against the National Security Agency on Wednesday.
The libertarian Republican leads the Democratic favorite in the swing state.
According to reporters Glenn Greenwald and Jeremy Scahill, the NSA helps the CIA and US military determine drone targets through the agency’s metadata collection program.
The black wrestling legend and promoters made a lot of money body-slamming racism and bringing people together.
Social conservatives are open to reforming drug sentencing laws more than ever even if older Republicans in Congress are not.
Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio will star in film about Richard Jewell, a security officer convicted in the court of public opinion as a terrorist but eventually cleared of all charges.