Even Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) seems to be singing from the hawkish hymnal about a U.S. military solution to the chaos in Iraq.
In their reports on the recent Arizona shooting tragedy, the major media leave out examples of kids who use guns responsibly.
Recent polls have not been kind to President Obama, as a survey out of California only emphasizes. A Field Poll released Tuesday found that almost as many voters in the nation's biggest "blue state" disapprove of the president's job performance (43 percent) as approve (45 percent). This is first time that Californians' approval of Obama's job performance has sunk below 50 percent since November 2011.
Republican Rand Paul has claimed that if he runs for president in 2016, he would be able to draw more Democratic and independent votes than most other GOP hopefuls. Apparently, someone at the Democratic National Committee agrees with him and considers it time, some 26 months before the next presidential election, to take a preemptive shot at the junior senator from Kentucky.
If former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor was a weakened candidate in his failed campaign against primary opponent David Brat, it was surely not from hunger.