New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blasted Sen. Rand Paul’s (R., Ky.) foreign policy views as "dangerous" on Thursday, making him one of the few high-profile Republican lawmakers to publicly attack Paul’s non-interventionist positions. …
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 …
LITTLE FERRY — Gov. Chris Christie today dismissed Rand Paul as another "Washington politician," and in the same breath smacked the U.S. Senator from Kentucky for his state's dependence on federal dollars. "I find it interesting that …
To the editor: If a Jehovah's Witness wants to deny his underage child a life-saving blood transfusion, we don't allow a religious exemption — child medical advocates can obtain a court order to overrule parental rights. ("Rand Paul links …
Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) enjoyed a brief moment at the top of the 2016 Republican primary field, buoyed by his not-a-filibuster speech that preceded the government shutdown. What a difference a month makes, as Democratic-leaning …
Regarding The Great Vaccination Primary of 2016, the truth is that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul did not say the exact same thing the White House did, and therefore both deserve the media …
The Chris Christie and Rand Paul feud just got more fired up. Christie, the newest GOP presidential candidate, lashed out against the Kentucky Senator Sunday for fundraising during his nearly 11-hour Senate speech against US national …
Sen. Rand Paul decisively won a straw poll held over the weekend in Michigan at a bi-annual gathering of Republicans, earning more than double the votes of rival New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Paul, the libertarian-leaning Republican …
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul appeared recently on the Kentucky Educational Television show "One to One," and host Bill Goodman went Jungian on him -- enticing Kentucky's junior senator and presidential aspirant to take a word
I think it's because these candidates — most prominently Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.), — draw a link to the way their party deals with climate change. Having little reason to think about vaccinations in political …