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Less than twenty-four hours after telling a Kentucky political blogger that he considered the so-called “Ground Zero Mosque” a New York issue, Kentucky Republican Rand Paul contradicted himself and joined the reactionaries on the side of religious intolerance:
Kentucky Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul says that he opposes developing plans for a mosque to be built [...]
Kentucky political blogger Jim Higdon reports on a response from the Rand Paul campaign to a question about his stance on the construction of an Islamic community center at a location in Lower Manhattan formerly occupied by a Burlington Coat Factory:
Given all the bad crazy going around regarding allegedly small-government conservatives trying to dictate [...]
From this weekend’s Fancy Farm rallies in Kentucky:
Caught. Red Handed.
H/T: Dave Weigel
Rand Paul was on Sean Hannity’s radio show yesterday, which was surprising in itself considering Hannity’s bad relationship with Ron Paul supporters back in 2008:
Rand Paul continued his return to the airwaves with an appearance yesterday on Neil Cavuto’s show:
A great interview between Walter Williams, who was sitting in for Rush Limbaugh today, and Rand Paul:
H/T: The Right Scoop
Rand Paul had an interesting column in a local Kentucky newspaper over the weekend addressing his post-primary comments about the Civil Rights Act of 1964:
I am unlike many folks who run for office. I am an idealist. When I read history I side with abolitionists such as William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglas who fought [...]
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