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Rand Paul

Rand Paul is the author of the book. As junior United States Senator for Kentucky, and as the son of Ron Paul, U.S. Representative of Texas's 14th congressional district, Ran Paul has grown up within the political world. Rand is Republican, but strongly supports the Tea Party movement and considers himself a libertarian. Rand firmly believes that many government agencies are too large, too confusing, and far too overreaching. His criticisms of the FDA, USDA, TSA, EPA, and other agencies all revolve around their completely vague laws, too severe punishments, and their complete disregard for American rights and freedoms. Further, he points out, many of these agencies receive more funding that others we might consider more vital, and these individuals, who are not elected, are making regulations and laws. In his senate position, Rand has put forth a number of bills and legislative measures designed to...

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