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Rand Paul blasts MSNBC host: When you start reporting the facts I'll answer your questions

Senators Rand Paul (R-Ky) and Cory Booker (D-NJ) appeared on MSNBC Wednesday afternoon to talk about their REDEEM Act, a bill that could potentially alter the criminal justice system. 176 more words

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Rand Paul: MSNBC has 'partisan cranks and hacks'

Arlington, Virginia (CNN) – Sen. Rand Paul lambasted MNSBC on Wednesday, pledging not to be a guest on the network until it “apologizes” for airing “lousy lies” about his positions. 393 more words

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Joe Lieberman: Obama Administration "Has Gone Off The Track" On Israel

After 24 years representing Connecticut in the Senate, Joe Lieberman left Washington in Jan. 2013 as a man without a party—a Democrat-turned-independent-turned-GOP-endorser.

Speaking to TIME 18 months later, Lieberman is content with his decision to quit the Senate, but still has doubts about Washington’s handling of domestic issues and global crises. 1,648 more words

Cory Booker and Rand Paul defend their groundbreaking prison reform bill

On Tuesday, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) appeared on PBS News Hour to talk about their REDEEM Act. The REDEEM Act looks to transform the criminal justice system, with specific attention put on how the current justice system negatively impacts young people around the country. 244 more words

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Rand Paul's Plan To Stop Government Theft

Good. The burden of proof for crime should be on government, not the people.


Chris Matthews on Rand Paul: Why aren't Democrats thinking of this?

On Monday, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews took a moment to praise Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.), this time for Paul’s aggressive pursuit of improving relations between Republicans and African Americans. 309 more words

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Rand Paul reaches out to African-Americans and Democrats freak out about it

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) spoke to the National Urban League Friday and outlined a platform that included sentencing and drug offense classification reform, restoration of voting rights for ex-felons and a host of other justice related issues. 492 more words

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