CLEVELAND, Ohio -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul threw down during Thursday's GOP presidential debate in Cleveland. The three-minute, heated exchange began after Christie, …
Well, could this possibly get any better? Two politicians who represent varying degrees of reprehensibility going after each other. I suppose on a reprehensibility index of 1 to 10, with 10 being more douchebaggy than …
Two of the big names from the list of likely Republican contenders in 2016 have launched an escalating war of words over libertarianism, privacy rights, and national security. The first strike came from New Jersey Governor …
Chris Christie
Chris Christie and Rand Paul, likely rivals in the 2016 GOP presidential race, have found a new wedge issue: weed. The question is whether or not to continue prosecuting the federal government's drug war. In a visit to …
Chris Christie
When New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was asked about his criticism of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul's stance on the Patriot Act during Thursday night's debate, he spoke about his experience responding to the 9/11 terror …
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie lashed out at Republican presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul on Wednesday for “siding with” NSA leaker Edward Snowden by opposing efforts to renew the Patriot Act. “He’s a criminal,” …
The war of words between Chris Christie and Rand Paul may have been the opening salvos of the 2016 Republican presidential primaries. It all began when Christie blasted Paul’s “very dangerous” foreign-policy …
On Friday's Hugh Hewitt Shiw, N.J. Gov. Chris Christie says that Ted Cruz and Rand Paul "made America weaker and more vulnerable" when they pushed to allow certain parts of the PATRIOT Act to expire. HUGH …
Ted Cruz
There has recently been a war-of-words in the Republican Party between NJ Governor Chris Christie and people he considers to be “libertarian.” During a recent panel discussion at the Aspen Institute, Christie said the …
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 …