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Jim Gray wants to restore the American dream for Kentucky families, but he knows it’ll be an uphill battle.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky Republican Party has approved a presidential caucus allowing Rand Paul to run for president
When Rand began to speak about the ills of America, he sounded like a guy with a bullhorn at an Occupy rally. There are some
UPDATE: 11:55 p.m. -- Sergio Gor, communications director for Paul's campaign to be re-elected to the Senate in 2016, told
"The Moran Eye Center Outreach Division is a private charity. Senator Paul was thrilled to help both as a surgeon, and to
Following the interview with Beck, Paul explained his support for McConnell in a statement to TPM. "Mitch McConnell is an
Damon Thayer, a Republican state senator, rose on the Kentucky Senate floor Tuesday to respond to the critical speech a Democrat
Less than a week after Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) earned his second consecutive CPAC straw poll victory, Kentucky lawmakers took
Paul struck back in his editorial, hitting Cruz: "Every Republican likes to think he or she is the next Ronald Reagan." Cruz
"It annoys the hell out of me," Paul said. "I feel like if I could just go to detention after school for a couple days, then
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) fired back Sunday against accusations that he plagiarized portions of his speeches from Wikipedia articles, musing "if dueling were legal in Kentucky" he could "challenge" the charges.
Last week, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow pointed out that parts of a speech Paul gave in support of Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican
The project, which began in 1988, focuses on creating a new lock and dam on the Ohio River between Kentucky and Illinois
"It's irresponsible of the president and his men to even talk about default," Paul said during an appearance on NBC's "Meet
Paul continued, "They like the shutdown." Prior to the House vote, the White House issued a statement vowing to veto the
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) supports restoring voting rights for convicted felons who have completed their sentences, the Courier-Journal reported Monday. Speaking at Louisville's Plymouth Community Renewal Center, Paul said he would push for changes to legislation to make it easier for felons to restore their right to vote and own firearms upon completing their sentences. Under current Kentucky law, felons must petition the governor in order to regain these rights.
"One in three young black males has been convicted of a felony and they’ve lost their voting rights. I think it dwarfs all
Last month, Paul scoffed at the idea of a Detroit bailout, saying the administration would only save the city "over my dead
“I think everybody occasionally has people that work for them who sometimes have a background that damages what you’re trying