On Rand Paul's callous, incorrect case against unemployment benefits.
Four senators have proposed legislation to restrict NSA surveillance of Americans and make the government's spying activities more transparent.
If you had told me in 2011 that a filibuster against drone strikes would attract more Republican support than a filibuster against funding Obamacare...
Paul is supposed to be one of the GOP's great hopes. He didn't show it here.
What has the government been doing? Is it legal? Does it mean some bureaucrat somewhere has heard all your phone calls? Read on to find out.
The Kentucky senator sees Congress as the villain, not Apple.
Why is Paul lending his name to this sort of thing?
When I say that if more filibusters were like Paul's, the filibuster wouldn't need to be reformed, I don't simply mean that Paul spoke while other filibusterers wage silent, procedural war.
The joint military/CIA drone program has suddenly become the most discussed issue in the Senate. Here's what it is.