Sen. Rand Paul (R), true to form, spent his own speech locked on "liberty."
Louisiana Senate hopeful Rob Maness takes a hard line on spending issues.
The Ky. senator proved he still captures the imagination of the GOP's libertarian-leaning wing.
The 2012 runner-up says conservatives need a positive message to win blue-collar workers.
He said national defense is "most important thing that the federal government does.”
"I hope ... we repent before we ever have to receive [God's] fiery judgment," he says.
“I think Hillary will run, and I think she will win,” says the New York senator.
The president's interview will air on the website next week.
A major conservative advocacy group has launched a $1 million campaign on the issue.
He says ex-president is reminiscent of a time when men took advantage of women at work.