Sen. Rand Paul defended Bashar al-Assad and now Putin.
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But some, inside and outside the movement, question its present focus and its future.
Didier hopes third time’s the charm in Washington state.
“...it has to be a transformation -- not a little tweaking at the edges,” Paul said.
The political sins of the father won’t be visited on the son.
The 1979 Chevette will probably go for many times its market price -- that’s the value-added Paul touch.
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E.J. Dionne Jr.
An economic model has led to gridlock.
Former Texas rep accuses MSNBC host of a character attack.