Rand Paul got a standing ovation after his address at a crowded Berkeley auditorium. His camp hopes that as an issue for young people, Paul's NSA-bashing will top GOP opposition to gay marriage.
Sen. Rand Paul has won several recent straw polls and surveys, and his brand of libertarianism seems to be on the rise in his party. But anointing him the early GOP front-runner for 2016 may be going too far.
Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, outlined Tuesday how the GOP is expanding its presence in minority communities and emphasizing issues like Obamacare.