Rand Paul plans to talk for "hours" during John Brennan Senate floor debate.
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Debates over the penny and the USPS represent dated concerns of America. The future is already here, very different ... and not that bad.
In a rare show of bipartisanship, Congress has voted to remove the X-ray body scanners from airports across America.
Stein may stand for issues I disagree with, but she stands with a resolution I admire.
The movie that will air two days before the election on National Geographic is politically motivated, but it hardly matters.
Obama won the foreign policy debate and will probably win the election, but neither he nor Romney has my vote. We shouldn't be policing the world.
Bookmark and refresh this page for live coverage of the final presidential debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney in Boca Raton, Florida.
Live coverage of Tuesday night's second presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney in Hempstead, New York.
Iran is not necessarily our mortal or perpetual enemy as the film may imply.
Bookmark this page for live coverage of tonight's debate between a college sophomore and his wacky uncle.
Despite the close national polling numbers, the electoral college tells a different story: Obama will clearly win.
Obama, Romney? Lehrer won the first presidential debate. Here is why.
There will be many, largely inconsequential questions tonight that will allow each candidate to trot out his talking points. These five questions will not be among them.
Track with me for live updates to the presidential debate. May the best suit win!
In the era of post-truth politics, strong arguments matter more than facts. Discourse is about framing not facts, so the most popular song will always win.
The "End the Fed (ETF)" movement has a point about auditing the Fed, but outright abolition would destroy investors' faith in U.S. credit.
Free speech remains free only if you take the bad with the good, and the crass jerks with the poet laureates.
The media's narratives have made the battle between Romney and Obama the end of the world. They are not that different, they are not the only game in town.
CREW have listed Paul as a "dishonorable mention" in their 2012 report for allegedly double-billing travel expenses. This is unfortunate if true but won't undo what Paul has done.
Paul is retiring, but his ideas are not. I've awarded ten politicians anywhere from one to six points to indicate how closely I think they align with Paul's views. Justin Amash is one to watch.
A strong turnout for Johnson will send a message to both parties that they actually need to engage in meaningful discourse again and read the Constitution.
Paul Ryan may be enamored with Ayn Rand's thrillingly capitalist rhetoric, but his voting record tells another story.
Rand Paul speaking in Tampa will do little to appease Paulites at the convention, but this is also the greatest gesture the present Republican Party can make toward Ron Paul.
The Olympics are privately funded, with governments paying more to host them. This is necessarily inequitable, but is better than the alternative.
Individual armament is legal and increasing. This isn't the end of civil society or an unqualified good.