Rand Paul

Despite Telling GOP Otherwise, Paul Hasn't Transferred Money for Proposed Caucus

Aug 19, 2015

Although U.S. Sen. Rand Paul wrote in a letter last week to nearly 350 members of the Republican Party of Kentucky's central committee that he had transferred $250,000 to a state GOP account to cover the initial costs of holding a presidential caucus next year, Paul hasn't provided a dime, committee members told the Herald-Leader on Tuesday.

Kentucky News Network

Ahead of Thursday night's Republican presidential debate, a top ally to U.S. Senator Rand Paul has announced he’s taking a leave of absence from Paul's super PAC. 

wfpl.org

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky are backing an effort to completely strip federal funds from Planned Parenthood.

paul.senate.gov

Republican leaders in Kentucky are still figuring out whether a presidential caucus next year is feasible.

LRC Public Informtaion

U.S. Senator Rand Paul is asking Kentucky Republican leaders to change the party’s state primary to an early caucus. 

congress.gov

Kentucky Republican Rand Paul says he will seek re-election to the U.S. Senate in 2016.

U.S. Senate

 U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says Fort Knox has been talked about as a possible site to temporarily house immigrant children pouring across the country's border. But a Democratic congressman indicates the Army post is not under consideration as a place to shelter young migrants.

2014 Fancy Farm Lineup

Jul 16, 2014
http://www.fancyfarmpicnic.org/

The 2014 Fancy Farm Picnic in western Kentucky is now just a little more than two weeks away and the line-up of speakers is almost complete. But not quite. 


John, from Pikeville, wrote about an On Point show he heard this week. “I listened with disgust to the interview yesterday of Rand Paul by John Harwood.  The interviewer seemed to have a preconceived opinion of Mr. Paul.