VIDEO: Rand Paul Schools Bernie Sanders

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“I was just hoping I’d get a Bernie Sanders question,” Rand Paul said with a twinkle in his eye at a recent Heritage Action event in South Carolina.

“It is a disservice to the country for Bernie Sanders to say he’s going to give you all more Social Security and that money will grow on trees,” said Paul.

The Kentucky Senator went on to demonstrate the ridiculousness of Sanders’s penchant for promising “free stuff” even though the country is nearly $19 trillion in debt and has accrued about $200 trillion in unfunded liabilities.

“For the past five years, Social Security pays out more than what comes in,” Paul explained. “We used to have 16 workers for every retired person. Now it’s three workers for every retired person.”

The Congressional Budget Office has repeatedly said Social Security is “unsustainable” and going bankrupt.

“Guess what?  There is no free lunch!” Paul said. “That…

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John Kasich Has a Simple Message for Conservatives: ‘Get Over It’

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Since the Fox News debate Ohio Governor and presidential candidate John Kasich has surged in the polls, particularly New Hampshire where he is now second behind only Donald Trump.

While Kasich has a long political pedigree stretching from Congress to the Governor’s mansion, his latest campaigning technique is a bit puzzling. When asked about a myriad of issues, Kasich has just three words for conservatives: “Get over it.”

Kasich has uttered this same, superficial response regarding big government overreach such as Obamacare, the Supreme Court’s lawlessness regarding social issues, and illegal immigration.

Illegal Immigration

One of the leading reasons Trump is doing well is because he has probably been the loudest about the danger that illegal immigration and birthright citizenship pose to the American economy and the civil society, but Kasich doesn’t see it that way.

“Let these people who are born here be citizens and that’s the end of…

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