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, while responding to a …
It is time to begin listening to the Republican debates and listening carefully, for as Establishment liberal commentators like The Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson report “a great fracturing of the Republican Party” is occurring and in fact ...
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 …
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 …
The American Conservative has a couple of thoughtful pieces on why the Rand Paul-Chris Christie flap could hurt …
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul locked horns over domestic surveillance during the first Republican primary debate on Thursday night, giving viewers the first real slap fight of the evening. The spat quickly …
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whose political hug of President Obama in the wake of Hurricane Sandy raised Republican hackles, has now criticized the National Rifle Assn. for the group's anti-gun control ad that referenced the …
This is my first diary and its going to be long. I’ve been mulling over something that happened to me for almost a week now, I thought I’d become less angry and disappointed, but I just can’t ...
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and his father, former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas), both attacked New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) over his address to the Republican National Committee on Thursday. ADVERTISEMENT “We are not a debating …
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 …