While the Blob freaks out, reports suggest Rand Paul is helping the president keep his campaign promises on war.
He established himself as the GOP's hawkish gatekeeper and waged war on the antiwar right.
By attaching a provision that enables Saudi atrocities in Yemen, House Republicans have done just that.
In 1994 the triangulation president tried to be more law-and-order than the GOP, and ended up damaging untold lives.
The logic behind the surge in American political violence is scary—and could strike anywhere.
He was beaten by a Trump acolyte in his primary and his seat promptly went blue. There's a lesson there.
Forget the hawks who coddled the Saudis and now rattle sabers. The best medicine is cultural change.
Once an innovator on this issue, he's descended into authoritarian fearmongering.