Archive for January, 2016

Ron and Rand Paul are holding a big rally together on the eve of the Iowa Caucus

Originally published at Rare Sunday at 8PM ET former Congressman Ron Paul will join his son Senator Rand Paul at the University of Iowa for a “The Revolution Continues” rally. As Sen. Paul explained to Rare in a recent interview, he believes the liberty vote will “come home,” and that his father’s backers will caucus […]

National School Choice Week and the Perils of Government Monopolies

Originally published at Every Joe It’s National School Choice Week, an annual affair built on advocacy in pursuit of “effective education options for every child.” According to the group’s website, “The goal of National School Choice Week (NSCW) is to raise public awareness of all types of education options for children. These options include traditional […]

This Rand Paul Super PAC is making waves before the Iowa caucus

Concerned American Voters (CAV), a Rand Paul super PAC run by Young Americans for Liberty President Jeff Frazee and former FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe, raised $3 million in the third fundraising quarter—the last before the Iowa caucus. Rare spoke with CAV President Frazee about how they’re reaching and persuading voters. “Since June, we had around […]

Rand Paul will be on the main stage in Thursday’s Republican debate

Originally published at Rare The last Republican debate before the Iowa caucus is Thursday and Rand Paul will be on the stage according to hosts Fox News, who made the announcement Tuesday evening. A series of recent polls placed Paul solidly in the top five within Iowa, ahead of Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Carly Fiorina, […]

Many doctors are getting around Obamacare by helping patients directly

Originally published at Rare The alleged goal of Obamacare was to increase the amount of people who have health insurance. It instead created a problem: While more people are covered (millions after the plans they had were banned), insurance is more expensive overall, and has not correlated with increased access to care. High deductibles (the […]