His penchant for paranoid rhetoric routinely undermines his message.
The unfair, unsubstantiated mass surveillance of phones within the USA could soon be removed from the books on the first of June. Of all people, Republican politicians now sound like critics of surveillance. Are these the tides of change?
The American public has clearly decided it is no longer willing to trade quite so much of its personal liberty in return for promises of greater security.
Either way, we need to be fully prepared for whoever wins the race.
Since coming from behind to win the 2010 election for senator in Florida, Marco Rubio has born the stamp of being a Republican Obama. With the formalization of his candidature in the Republican presidential primaries on Monday, he wants to invest in what is considered the best part of that label: being a young [Read more]
Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio … around 10 Republicans hope to try their luck at becoming the next U.S. president in 2016. And the fight, it seems, will be ruthless.
Rand Paul started the week by making his presidential bid official. Hillary Clinton should be tackling the next one by throwing herself into the White House race, too, according to several American media sources, including CNN. The former secretary of state will undoubtedly wish for a less chaotic start than that of [Read more]
Maybe the best way to put it is the more politically messed up America becomes, the better Ted Cruz's chances of election.
From all over America, activists and sympathizers of the Grand Old Party arrived at National Harbor, at the gates of Washington, to attend the traditional Conservative Political Action Conference. For the third consecutive year, Rand Paul, the Republican senator with ties to the anti-tax tea party movement, showed [Read more]
We don’t even have to go look for such politicians in America who inherit political legacy from their fathers (and sometimes even grandfathers); we have plenty of them around us.