Since being sworn into the Senate, Rand Paul has proved himself to be fearless defender of liberty. He has proposed real spending cuts, pushed for an audit of the Federal Reserve and hasn’t been afraid to stand against his own party. He was one of the few senators to vote
against the reauthorization of the Patriot Act and the National Defense
Authorization Act (NDAA). His short record in the Senate already
shows that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
The courageous senator is now fighting back against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Sen. Rand Paul has introduced S. 2122, the Defense of Environment and Property
Act of 2012 which would reform federal water policy to protect land owners. The
bill would redefine “navigable waters” to explicitly clarify that waters must
actually be navigable, protect the rights of states to have primary authority
over the land and water within their borders, prohibit federal agents from
entering private property without the express content of the landowner, among