Sen. Rand Paul Unveils ‘The Waste Report’

05.06.15 Paul.Senate.Gov WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Rand Paul yesterday unveiled ‘The Waste Report,’ which will identify egregious examples of wasteful spending throughout the U.S. government. Periodically, ‘The Waste Report’ will highlight a new example of government waste. ‘The Waste… Continue Reading

Rand Paul To Introduce Amendment Outlawing Obamacare Exemptions For Government Employees

Steve Watson Senator Rand Paul has announced that he intends to introduce a constitutional amendment that would force all federal employees off taxpayer funded personal health-care plans and onto Obamacare health insurance. Appearing on Fox News this morning, Paul… Continue Reading

Holder’s move on mandatory minimums a boon to Rand Paul

Aaron Blake The Washington Post Monday’s announcement that Attorney General Eric Holder will seek to get rid of mandatory minimum sentences for some low-level drug offenders could soon create some interesting bedfellows. Reforming mandatory minimums is an issue that Sen.… Continue Reading

Chris Christie declares war on Libertarians

Justin Raimondo Asked about the national debate unleashed by the Snowden revelations, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie declared war on libertarians: “As a former prosecutor who was appointed by President George W. Bush on Sept. 10, 2001, I just… Continue Reading

*BREAKING* Drones used over Alabama and 9 other states!

Madison Underwood The FBI wrote in a letter released Thursday that it used drones 10 times over U.S. soil, including during the nearly seven day standoff with hostage-taker Jimmy Lee Dykes in his Midland City, Ala. bunker. The FBI’s… Continue Reading

Paul wants to lead Supreme Court challenge to fed’s tracking of Americans’ calls, emails

Fox News Sen. Rand Paul said Sunday he wants to mount a Supreme Court challenge to the federal government logging Americans’ phone calls and Internet activities. Paul, R-Ky., a leading voice in the Libertarian movement, told “Fox News Sunday” he… Continue Reading