In his four years since joining the Senate, Rand Paul has risen to the forefront of the national discussion. He's being called "the most interesting man in politics" by TIME magazine. When Senator Paul believes in an issue, he reaches across the aisle to collaborate with his colleagues. He's worked with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on an antiwar bill, a financial assistance for childcare bill, and a protection for women in the military bill.
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As a respected national leader and a man of deep faith himself, Senator Rand Paul has written Our Presidents & Their Prayers in collaboration with James Randall Robison to remind us all that in a country founded by religious people, that abiding and rock-solid belief in God has been the key to each and every president's strength.
If the midterm elections were a declaration of war on the status quo, Rand Paul leads the battle charge. Voters fearful of growing government and debt have found voice in the Tea Party phenomenon, and the movement continues to deliver a message that Washington, D.C., has found impossible to ignore.
When Kelley Paul arrived on the Rhodes College campus in 1981, she immediately bonded with six women. Three decades of intimate friendship later, Kelley celebrates these relationships and the women who inspired them all. She tells their stories and those of their grandmothers, mothers, and sisters, providing a microcosm of women raising families and building lives in 20th- and 21st-century America.
Somewhere in your genetic past your immune system had a run in with pollen and classified it as a toxic substance. It stored this information in its data banks and began to build defenses against it, despite the fact that pollen is a completely harmless substance. Every spring you suffer from the consequences of this error. You sneeze, you wheeze, you break into hives. All because your immune system thinks that pollen is toxic. All because it's making a mistake!