I'm just wondering because I've never read anything on this. I've read some articles on Rand's life story, all of which have suggested that he was always the one with the most interest in politics. But just because the others didn't make politics their sole interest doesn't mean they cant jump in.
I wanted to discuss the 2001 AUMF for which Dr. Paul voted, because I still am having trouble with consistency. Some questions I have are these:
Three person race, Lepage is trailing the democrat by around three percentage points. Can he pull this out?
Exclusive: Did Rand Paul Endorse Establishment Republican To Block “Liberty Democrat”?
In fact, if he were truly looking to endorse a candidate who aligns with his stated beliefs on indefinite detention of U.S. citizens, drone strikes, NSA spying, whistleblower protection, and no more bailouts, Sen. Paul arguably should have endorsed the Democratic candidate.
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Rand Paul crushed the competition at Maine's GOP Presidential Straw Poll, the establishment couldn't even muster a top 4.
WHOA! Rand Paul ENDORSES Sen. Susan Collins, Despite A Record of Big Spending and Gov. Spying (BenSwann.Com)Submitted by emalvini on Sat, 04/26/2014 - 15:54
WHOA! Rand Paul ENDORSES Sen. Susan Collins, Despite A Record of Big Spending and Gov. Spying (BenSwann.Com)
Ben Swann Apr 26, 2014
Bangor, Maine- Senator Rand Paul provided the keynote address at the Maine GOP Convention this Saturday. Sen. Paul spoke before a packed house, excited to hear from the likely Republican Presidential candidate. What surprised some of the crowd and simultaneously delighted others, however was when Paul endorsed long time Maine Senator Susan Collins.
Sedgwick, Maine Took the Controversial Libertarian Position on GMO Foods. And yes, They're Still Alive.Submitted by Vots on Wed, 04/16/2014 - 17:42
Note: This is an article I wrote for a publication but it was rejected. So I'm going to post it here as a DP Original.
Sedgwick, Maine Took the Controversial Libertarian Position on GMO Foods. And yes, They're Still Alive.
Nine European countries have already banned Monsanto's GMO corn. Throughout Europe there's a growing outcry of just getting rid of Monsanto and GMO all together. That same public sentiment is now beginning to spread throughout the United States as anti-GMO protests and movements continue to gain support. Then you have the town of Sedgwick, Maine who decided to just let the people have complete freedom over their food choices.
Now before this issue of labeling GMO or banning them can be addressed, these questions briefly need answered: what is a GMO and why do so many people hate it?
GMO stands for a genetically modified organism. According to Wikipedia, it is simply an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. Critics say that when this genetic altering is applied to foods for human consumption, it makes the food harmful to human health. Therefore critics of GMO foods view it as poison, and at the very least they say it should be labeled, and possibly even go so far as banning the food itself.
The biggest GMO producer however – Monsanto – detests those arguments of its critics. From Monsanto.com:
Plants and crops with GM traits have been tested more than any other crops—with no credible evidence of harm to humans or animals...Governmental regulatory agencies, scientific organizations and leading health associations worldwide agree that food grown from GM crops is safe to eat.
Nick Gillespie | Apr. 4, 2014 12:00 pm
The Daily Beast introduces readers to Shenna Bellows, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate who is taking on Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) in the Vacationland State.
If it is sunny I can walk.
This report - when released in full - will cause the debate to come up again. Necons: This will further expose you
Some tree trimmers woke up a man who was still sleeping and when he came out to yell at them they thought he was armed and called the cops.
If you have the time or the inclination check out some of the officer's posted responses
Video: Bridgeport man faces felony after speaking too long at township board meeting
By Brad Devereaux | email@example.com
March 18, 2014 at 7:45 AM, updated March 19, 2014 at 12:58 PM
BRIDGEPORT TOWNSHIP, MI — A Bridgeport man faces a felony charge after he was arrested by police at a township board meeting when he refused to stop talking past a three-minute time limit for public comment.