The Republican Party of Florida announced Monday that two more presidential contenders will attend a November conference. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul confirmed their attendance, bringing to …
GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie will campaign ... after last week's GOP debate had Christie at 3 percent, compared to 24 percent for front-runner Donald Trump. Also on Friday, fellow GOP candidate Rand Paul—who's also …
by Kelly Cohen | Sep 1, 2015, 2:59 PM Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email this article Share on LinkedIn Print this article Sen. Rand Paul and Gov. Chris Christie have fallen to the bottom half of the 17-person deep Republican …
In a new poll of the GOP presidential field, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul Randal (Rand) Howard Paul Pentagon: War in Afghanistan will cost billion in 2018 Overnight Finance: Senators near two-year budget …
The dust-up between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul over presidential fidelity to the Constitution -- particularly the Fourth Amendment -- was the most illuminating two minutes of the Republican debate …
Debating Chris Christie is a formidable task because he’s quick-witted, sharp-tongued and slightly intimidating. Those qualities helped him get the best of Rand Paul in the first Republican presidential debate. But Christie’s best weapon …
Chris Christie never lets the truth get in his way. Debating Chris Christie is a formidable task because he's quick-witted, sharp-tongued and slightly intimidating. Those qualities helped him get the best of Rand Paul in the first Republican …
The dust-up between New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul over presidential fidelity to the Constitution – particularly the Fourth Amendment – was the most illuminating two minutes of the Republican debate …
Two Republicans fighting for oxygen in the 2016 presidential nominating contest struck at former Fla. Gov. Jeb Bush Wednesday for being insufficiently conservative and for declining to sign a pledge not to raise taxes.
It is a well-regarded historical truism that the Fourth Amendment was written by victims of government snooping, the 1770s version. The Framers wrote it to assure that the new federal government could never do to Americans what the king had …