This is the Rand Paul I am looking forward to voting for. He is really gaining ground and looking good. If he can get the liberal media on his side with issues like the drug war and demilitarizing the police force, I really think he has a great shot and winning this thing.
Peter Hamby has a piece on CNN.COM about Rand Paul here. It looks like Libertarians are finally getting some national attention that does not include the words “fringe” or “Kook.”
Ryan Lizza has a new piece out in the New Yorker about Rand Paul. It is an interesting read and can be found here. Ultimately, it looks like Rand Paul is going to have a hard time getting out from under his father’s shadow, and Lizza spends a lot of time trying to make the…
One of the reasons I have not used this blog as much as I would like is that by the time I get a chance to sit down to make a on something, there are already 50 posts elsewhere on the same topic. This pretty much sums up the struggle in the Republican party. Establishment continually alienates young and passionate voters, then they sit around and scratch their heads, wondering why so many are jumping ship. I have not voted for a Republican in years, but I can get behind guys like Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. If this is the direction the GOP is headed, then count me in. If the establishment chooses to squash the liberty voice within, than my vote will continue to go to the Libertarian Party. And I will be sad every election that I was not able to vote for someone who had a real chance to promote and defend Liberty in this great Republic of ours.