by The Opportunity Agenda, Thu May 27, 2010 at 03:35:01 PM EDT
When Rand Paul won a primary last Tuesday, becoming Kentucky’s Republican nominee for the Senate, he declared himself a national leader of the Tea Party movement. It was an important moment for the movement as it, coming on the heels of the election of Scott Brown to the Senate, served as another step in its potential transformation from a loosely confederated group of grassroots groups into national level political force. But, as Dr. Paul’s attacks on the Civil Rights Act of 1964 just two days later highlighted, the true implications of the movement’s ideology are chilling to say the least.
by VT COnQuest, Tue Mar 04, 2008 at 02:38:59 AM EST
"California Superior Court Judge Aurelio N. Munoz ruled Paul's legal team can begin seeking depositions from a host of big names - including Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton - that allegedly were witnesses to an effort by the Clintons and top Democratic leaders to extract millions of dollars from Paul in illegal donations and then cover it up." - http://www.hillaryproject.com/index.php?
by wizinit, Wed Aug 01, 2007 at 09:06:27 AM EDT
by Mark Wiznitzer
The author is a former diplomat whose duties included reporting and analysis of foreign political developments. The fundraising data reported in this article is from opensecrets.com and usaelectionpolls.com.
by DANIELLECLARKE, Sat Jun 16, 2007 at 05:14:22 AM EDT
The below response of mine is a response which i have cross posted here in response to anothers blog yesterday at the dailykos