A perfect Paul-bot.
A perfect Paul-bot.
The retired Texas congressman now has his own online news outlet. Don’t worry, he’s still the same old Paul.
Sen. Mitch McConnell from Kentucky posted a photo to his Facebook page standing next to his campaign manager Jesse Benton, who reportedly said he was “holding his nose” until Rand Paul’s 2016 presidential bid. “LIKE if you agree: Nothing smells worse than #Obamacare! #NoseGate,” the caption reads.
Benton, who chaired Ron Paul’s presidential campaign, has been accused of helping arrange payments to Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson in exchange for his support of Paul. “We are working very closely with the Iowa Republican Party to make sure everything is above board and we have a lot of confidence in that,” he said on C-SPAN the night of the 2012 Iowa caucus.
“Nobody put a gun to his head and made him say the things he was saying,” Fusaro says.
Edward Snowden backs the Reddit-organized Fourth Of July march on Washington, D.C., for government transparency. Just a matter of time til his Reddit account comes out, the site’s co-founder speculates.
Edward Snowden, the 29-year-old responsible for the largest leak in National Security Administration history, appears to have donated to the Ron Paul campaign twice in 2012, according to federal records.
A new breed of conservatives join liberal Democrats in opposition to NSA surveillance programs. “We’re not tied to the Bush administrations policies, which were also wrong,” said Rep. Justin Amash.
Libertarian Lady Killer.
Ron Paul launches his new foreign policy institute, with an assist from Dennis Kucinich. Rand skips the opening.
PrintCoins.com makes paper cheques for bitcoin, and I’ll give you 5 bitcoins if you can guess what politician is on the bills.
The former congressman really wants control of RonPaul.com. His followers aren’t pleased. (Updated)
The former great libertarian hope has started running his own Twitter feed since he left office.
Look forward to decades of the younger Paul grilling Secretary of State nominees just like his dad did Federal Reserve chairmen.
The 19-year-old was picked up for being “drunk and disruptive” on Saturday night.
The Kentucky libertarian has held a quiet round of meetings with Dan Senor and other policy hands in the run-up of his appointment to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Foreign aid cuts “wouldn’t start with Israel,” he now says.
The libertarian charges more than Mike Huckabee. Accepts fiat money.
Paul will segue into a paid speaking gig directly following his exit from Congress.
The Paul era is officially over.
The great libertarian hope mourns. “I think people had enough of me.”
“There are other people who are technically capable of winning because they’re on a lot of ballots.”
A Reason-Rupe poll shows that libertarians (defined loosely) will turn out for Romney after all.
Libertarians and social conservatives stage rival Washington summits. Libertarians can be “very positive,” he says Santorum.
The former pro wrestler and Minnesota governor is on an unconventional book tour. He doesn’t have a cellphone, and he doesn’t fly.
The Libertarian doesn’t mention Romney during a visit to New York to promote his book. Suggests that New York could be a prime place for Ron Paul Republicans to make inroads.
The RNC made it look as though the Tea Party never happened. “They’re trying to help change the Republican Party from the inside,” says Cain.
This time, the Mainers were joined by delegates from several other states. It’s “unscripted, unlike that fiasco in there.”
Sununu unfazed by Paul rebellion at the convention. The party is “unified.”
Pat Kerby isn’t planning on coming back for “the coronation.” The Romney-bound delegate voted for Paul out of protest because of rules changes and the unseating of some Maine delegates.
The unseated Maine delegates didn’t get what they wanted, and the whole delegation walked out. Romney and Paul brass united in their irritation: They’re “acting like three-year-old children.”