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Published On: Wed, Dec 9th, 2015

Rand Paul on defeating Islamic State, stopping Middle East Muslim migration, global warming

Paul on the campaign trail 2015 Gage Skidmore photo

Paul on the campaign trail 2015 Gage Skidmore photo

While speaking on the Glenn Beck’s radio show, GOP hopeful Rand Paul was asked to speak on the war against Islamic State, especially in the wake of the President Obama speech linking “no fly lists” to gun control and calls for more Syrian refugees. Listen to the full clip below.

Paul criticized the President, how misguided the Obama administration in response to the San Bernardino shooting. He points out that those willing to “commit suicide” aren’t concerned with gun laws and how California gun laws is exactly what liberals are calling for across the country.

The Kentucky Senator talks about the GOP polls, the upcoming debate, no singing (even Cat Stevens) and offers optimism with responses on the campaign trail. Paul does jab at Marco Rubio on immigration, open borders and therefore, national security.

Closing with a brief talk on climate change, global warming and the talks in Paris, Paul points out the some scientists overstated the impact, using the issue for political and financial motives. Listen below.

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