Senator Rand Paul called on his fellow Republicans Saturday to defend the “whole Bill of Rights,” not just the Second Amendment.

SB 1067 — a bill in the Idaho state legislature that would require the Gem State to accept changes to its Child Support Enforcement (CSE) guidelines to bring them into compliance with federal law— has generated a great deal of controversy.  While its supporters claim it as necessary to ensure adequate enforcement of child support orders, its opponents object to its undermining of Idaho’s state sovereignty. And this threat comes not only from Washington, but internationally, as well. The law if passed, would mandate that Idaho comply with U.S. participation in the 2007 Hague Convention on the International Recovery of Child Support.

 

The Second Amendment scores another victory as Texas is about to join 44 other open carry states.

In retrospect, ObamaCare just might be perceived as the high-water mark of liberalism in the United States, because since its passage, Americans faith in government has been falling dramatically.

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky was not bashful about setting himself apart from his more hawkish rivals for the Republican presidential nomination at an early pre-primary event in Nashua, New Hampshire, on Saturday.

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