Has Rand Paul Flip-Flopped On Drone Strikes?

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2016 GOP candidate Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), who has made much ado about his opposition to the use of drone strikes against American citizens in the past, defended the President on Fox & Friends Monday morning over the drone strike that recently killed two hostages.

Libertarians Such as Ron and Rand Paul tend to be against drone strikes and military intervention unless the homeland is attacked.  Paul seems to have changed his position.

Rand Paul filed an amendment to the Senate budget last month, calling for a significant boost to defense spending. It was a reversal for the Libertarian senator who has previously called for across-the-board cuts to domestic and military spending, according to TPM.

Recently on Fox News, Rand Paul said, “I’ve been an opponent of using drones about people not involved in combat, however, if you’re holding hostages you kind of are involved in combat.”

Russell Brand On Black Friday And Wal-Mart

According to Russell Brand, of the 10 richest people in the world, 5 are from the family of Sam Walton.

(Interesting note: the Koch brothers are also on the top 10 list.)

Russell Brand looks at the Walmart workers in six US states who held strikes ahead of the Black Friday sales.

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