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ICYMI: Paul Op-Ed “War on Terror Doesn’t Justify Retreat On Rights”

Yesterday, Senator Paul penned an op-ed in the Washington Times arguing that we must not sacrifice our rights to fight terrorists.  If you haven't read it yet, you're in for a treat. Senator Paul writes: The discussion now to suspend certain rights to due process is especially worrisome, given that we are engaged in a war that […]

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Video: Senate Votes on Paul Amendment to End Iraq War

The latest from Senator Paul's office: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Senate voted on an amendment to the Department of Defense authorization bill to formally end the war in Iraq, introduced by Sen. Rand Paul. It was defeated, 30-67. “This year we have seen the President commit our armed forces to combat, while Congress has […]

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ICYMI: Senator Paul’s Floor Speech & McCain vs. Paul on Detention of American Citizens

In case you missed it this morning, here is Senator Paul's floor speech in opposition to Sec. 1031 & 1032 of the National Defense Authorization Act, S. 1867. Following that was a subsequent "debate" between Senators John McCain and Rand Paul over the detention of American citizens in places such as Gitmo. During part of […]

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Senators Seek Dictatorial Powers For Executive Branch

In case you missed it, this exceptionally frightening exchange between Senator Paul and Senator McCain began after Senator Paul spoke in opposition to Section 1031, which would allow the indefinite detention of American citizens. {11:00:54 NSP} (MR. PAUL) { NOT AN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT }            MR. PAUL: MY QUESTION WOULD BE UNDER THE PROVISIONS, WOULD […]

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Senators Levin and McCain Target American Citizens,

There’s been a lot of controversy around two specific sections of Senate Bill S. 1287 “The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)” that was rushed to the Senate floor today. They are sections 1031 and 1032, which are both related to the detention of terror suspects.   Section 1031 would apparently give the President the power to […]

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