It was Ted Cruz's party at the annual summit of social conservatives on Friday.
"It is time for the politics of values,” the ex-governor told the annual Value Voters Summit.
"Quit being scared and start...making things happen in America," possible WH hopeful said.
The retiring congresswoman bashed the White House ISIS strategy at the Values Voter Summit.
"Where there is liberty there is always plenty of space for God," he tells conservatives.
Republicans will “stand for life ... for marriage ... for Israel," if they win, he says.
The Values Voters Summit is bringing out several possible 2016 candidates.
It could open new inquiry into potential campaign finance violations by governor's aides.
Paul will stump with a congressional candidate in late October among other events.
The swing includes a stop to boost North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis.