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Rand Paul Embarking On State-Wide Campaign Tour

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul says his views on limited government and allocating more power to states will help him win over Nevada voters. 122 more words


Gov. John Kasich to announce 2016 presidential bid on July 21

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COLUMBUS -Ohio Gov. John Kasich will formally announce his plans for the 2016 presidential race on July 21.

He is expected to formally join the crowded Republican primary field at an announcement set for Ohio State University. 115 more words


Hillary Clinton: Lies--And Guns!

On June 18, 2015 on “Ralston Live,” Hillary Clinton displayed yet again one of the most unsavory aspects of her character when she claimed that comments by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump could “trigger” shootings like that in Charleston. 435 more words


Bush says Clinton failed as secretary of state

DERRY, N.H. (AP) — Newly declared Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is fast out of the gate when it comes to criticizing Hillary Rodham Clinton, the Democratic front-runner. 502 more words


Lindsey Graham Says He Wants Caitlyn Jenner's Vote, Hopes She's 'Found Peace'

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential contender Lindsey Graham says his party has room for transgendered people like Caitlyn Jenner.

The South Carolina senator calls himself a “traditional marriage kind of guy.” But he says he “can only imagine the torment that Bruce Jenner went through” before becoming a transgendered woman. 103 more words


Paul running hard on civil liberties after his Senate gambit

CHICAGO (AP) — He infuriated his party leaders by almost single-handedly delaying the extension of the Patriot Act. Now, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul is fighting to transform his recent Capitol Hill victory into momentum with the voters who will select the next president. 814 more words


GOP Prepares For Double Digits On Debate Stage

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The first Republican presidential debate will feature no fewer than 10 candidates.

That’s according to guidelines released Wednesday by debate hosts Fox News and Facebook, which offer the first clues as to how the GOP will handle its largest presidential class in recent memory. 443 more words