Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy tells the AP he met for about 45 minutes with Rand Paul. Paul's campaign denies it.
Despite days of advance publicity in the mainstream media, apparently only a handful of protesters representing the group Disarm NYPD showed up at Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Park the evening of July 1 to burn a Confederate flag and an American flag.
The savaging of Donald Trump for making comments about illegal migrants is just the latest example of the handiwork of a certain tyranny: a leftist pacification effort that uses economic warfare to silence dissenters.
The Supreme Court issued an order on June 29 that temporarily stops the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) from enforcing the ObamaCare mandate that employers must provide contraceptive coverage for their employees against a group of Pennsylvania faith-based charities while their suit against HHS continues. The order remains in effect pending final disposition of the plantiffs’ petition to have their case reviewed.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and the group Republicans Overseas Action are planning a lawsuit against the Obama administration’s Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service, the latest effort to stop a deeply controversial scheme known as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) that turns constitutional privacy protections upside down. Represented by a leading constitutional attorney, Senator Paul is taking aim at a barrage of pseudo-treaties — so-called “Intergovernmental Agreements” (IGAs) — negotiated by the administration with foreign governments and dictatorships under FATCA to share personal data. Critics contend that the information-sharing agreements and the statute itself are unconstitutional for numerous reasons.