Senator Rand Paul has been standing up for the increasing number of fed up Americans that are tired of the Obama administration and the establishment. As we have already seen with Governor Christie's attacks, his enemies will do anything in their power to prevent Senator Paul from becoming the Republican nominee.
The liberal media and the establishment have picked big government and Pro-NSA Surveillance politician, Governor Chris Christie, as the winner in the public dispute between the Governor and Senator Rand Paul. If you missed it here is a quick recap:
As everyday brings us closer to 2016, we are going to need to make some fundamental choices that will define this country's future. As Americans, we are going to need to look in the mirror and ask ourselves this serious question: Where are we headed?
Senator Paul has made it clear that Border security is non-negotiable. Until the border is secure, Senator Paul refuses to vote for meaningless immigration reform that does work to solve the roots of our immigration problems.
While some politicians are already forgetting their campaign promises, Senator Rand Paul once again stands up for his constituents.
Senator Paul introduced a border security amendment for the current immigration bill. The amendment titled "Trust but Verify" focuses on Congress setting up and enforcing plans for border security instead of relying on beuracrats and Homeland Security to create a plan.
The secret collection of millions of innocent American’s phone records are being called by some as necessary to keep our country safe. While critics, such as emerging leader in the Republican party and potential 2016 Presidential candidate, Senator Rand Paul, argue that this policy infringes on our civil liberties that the founders of the constitution created the Fourth Amendment to protect.
The last republican presidential candidate to win in California was George H.W. Bush in 1988; nevertheless, emerging leader in the Republican Party and potential presidential candidate Rand Paul is not giving up on California.
Last week at the Reagan Foundation Forum in Simi Valley, California, Senator Paul explained that to win California and other "blueish" States, Republicans will need to change how they are currently being perceived.