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Old 11-01-2013, 10:42 PM  
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Rand Paul likes to lift speech material straight from Wikipedia

Sort of surprised i dont see this up anywhere.



Rand Paul denies plagiarism charges, blames ‘haters’ ’

By Aaron Blake, Published: OCTOBER 31, 10:59 AM ET

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says in a new interview that charges that he has plagiarized Wikipedia in his speeches are an effort by "haters" to bring him down.

MSNBC's Rachel Maddow first accused Paul of lifting passages from Wikipedia's summary of the movie "Gattaca." Other reports suggest he has used Wikipedia's verbiage while describing the movie "Stand and Deliver."

Paul said during an interview with Fusion that he sufficiently credited the movies rather than Wikipedia and that his speeches are not supposed to be meticulously footnoted academic papers.

"We borrowed the plot lines from 'Gattaca,' the movie, and I gave credit to the people who wrote the movie," the potential 2016 presidential candidate said. "Nothing I said was not given attribution to where it came from.

"I didn't claim that I created the movie 'Gattaca'; that's what's absurd about this."

While Paul made no secret he was talking about the movie, the plagiarism charge has more to do with whether he appropriated Wikipedia's description of the film without citing the Web site.

Many politicians have been accused of plagiarism. Vice President Biden's 1988 presidential campaign was derailed amid multiple charges of plagiarism. President Obama was also accused of plagiarizing Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick (D) during the 2008 presidential campaign.

Paul also targeted Maddow and others who have pushed the story.

"The rest of it's making a mountain out of a molehill from people I think basically who are political enemies and have an ax to grind," Paul said. "This is really about information and attacks coming from haters. The person who's leading this attack -- she's been spreading hate on me for about three years now."

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Old 11-03-2013, 03:38 PM   #46
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THIS!

Who gives a flying **** if Maddow plagerizes? She's a TV host of an opinion show on a partisan network.

Paul is a Senator who is going to run for President. Completely different level of responsibility to get things right when he is speaking publicly.

So if Maddow or Hannity plagerizes then its okay for a Senator or President to do?
Maddow's job is to provide novel intellectual property more than it is any Senator's
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Old 11-03-2013, 03:52 PM   #47
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Maddow's job is to provide novel intellectual property more than it is any Senator's
Totally seperate issue. No one cares about Maddow. No conservative gives a shit what Maddow says. It's only an issue with conservatives to deflect from Paul.

I don't care what Maddow, Hannity, O'reilly etc say as much as what a politician says in a speech. They are opinion TV without any ability to vote on legislation. They have not been elected or represent any congressional district.

I saw Paul on the Sunday shows blowing this off. I'd have to have 8 footnotes on a single comment. BS. Thats a politicians job, make your own damn case using your own words and voice.
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Old 11-03-2013, 03:59 PM   #48
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It wasn't a meme, it was a direct quote. The irony is not lost on me, however.

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that is awesome. Isaac the plagiarizer defending another plagiarizer.

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An entire section of Sen. Rand Paul's (R-KY) 2013 book Government Bullies "was copied wholesale from a 2003 case study by the Heritage Foundation," BuzzFeed has learned.

"The copied section, 1,318 words, is by far the most significant instance reported so far of Paul borrowing language from other published material. The new cut-and-paste job follows reports by BuzzFeed, Politico, and MSNBC that Paul had plagiarized speeches either from Wikipedia or news reports."
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Old 11-03-2013, 04:02 PM   #49
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Totally seperate issue. No one cares about Maddow. No conservative gives a shit what Maddow says. It's only an issue with conservatives to deflect from Paul.

I don't care what Maddow, Hannity, O'reilly etc say as much as what a politician says in a speech. They are opinion TV without any ability to vote on legislation. They have not been elected or represent any congressional district.

I saw Paul on the Sunday shows blowing this off. I'd have to have 8 footnotes on a single comment. BS. Thats a politicians job, make your own damn case using your own words and voice.
A politician's job is to identify and advocate good ideas, not necessarily generate them themselves.
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:00 AM   #51
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:25 AM   #52
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He should acknowledge when he is quoting or, if a speech writer created this for him they should have pointed it out. Politicians would fare much better if just once in a while, when confronted with something like this, would just say “ ya know I write and give a lot of speeches let me take a look at it and see if an error occurred and I will get back to you. He could go back look at the text and just say the notation that this was a quoted source was inadvertently omitted from the speech. Then with his best Steve Martin voice say “ WELL EXCUSE ME! “
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Old 11-04-2013, 06:10 PM   #53
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That was much different.
Is it?

The problem moves from unsourced speeches to the written word:


http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczyn...atim-from-case

Three Pages Of Rand Paul’s Book Were Plagiarized From Think Tanks

Andrew Kaczynski
BuzzFeed Staff

An entire section of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s 2013 book Government Bullies was copied wholesale from a 2003 case study by the Heritage Foundation, BuzzFeed has learned. The copied section, 1,318 words, is by far the most significant instance reported so far of Paul borrowing language from other published material.

The new cut-and-paste job follows reports by BuzzFeed, Politico, and MSNBC that Paul had plagiarized speeches either from Wikipedia or news reports. The book was published in August 2013 by Center Street, a division of Hachette Book Group.

In this case, Paul included a link to the Heritage case study in the book’s footnotes, though he made no effort to indicate that not just the source, but the words themselves, had been taken from Heritage.

A Paul aide defended the senator, saying he makes clear in the book’s “notes and sources” that he didn’t individually research each case.

“In the book Government Bullies all the information… was sourced by end notes. In the two cases described, the end notes clearly define the sourcing for the book. In no case has the senator used information without
attribution,” said Doug Stafford, an advisor to Sen. Paul who co-wrote the book. “There were 150 endnotes and cites including The Heritage Foundation and Cato Institute. This is a witch hunt and grasping at straws.”

The copied text relates to the 2003 case of David McNab, a Honduran businessman who, along with three American businesspeople, was convicted of multiple felony counts related to the illegal harvest and importation of Caribbean spiny lobster tails in violation of the 1900 Lacey Act. The Lacey Act prohibits the trafficking of illegal wildlife.

According to the Justice Department indictment, McNab and his employees “[h]arvested lobster that were under the legal size limit set by Honduras. They also harvested egg-bearing lobsters in violation of Honduran regulations and harvested lobster and shrimp during the closed seasons set by Honduras. To conceal the catch of egg-bearing lobsters, the parts of the lobster tails to which the eggs were attached were clipped off.”

Paul argued in his book the case was outrageous based on the fact no charges were brought in Honduras, McNabb lacked criminal intent, and the Honduran law was invalid.

Here’s what the Heritage Foundation writes on its website, Overcriminalized.com:

This prosecution also reveals the risks of federalizing criminal law. Observers have long warned against allowing the federal government to encroach on the traditional state function of enacting and enforcing general criminal laws. Here, the federal government, through the Lacey Act, claims to enforce foreign laws against foreign and U.S. citizens. These regulations were not made by the U.S. Congress or by some executive agency, but by a foreign government with unfamiliar procedures. If the government of Honduras had actually believed these regulations to be valid, they were free to bring charges. Instead, the U.S. government prosecuted a case on what turned out to be bad law.

Here’s the nearly identical section of Paul’s book:

This prosecution also reveals the risks of federalizing criminal law. Observers have long warned against allowing the federal government to encroach on the traditional state function of enacting and enforcing general criminal laws. Here, the federal government, through the Lacey Act, claims to enforce foreign laws against foreign and U.S. citizens. These regulations were not made by the U.S. Congress or by some executive agency, but by a foreign government with unfamiliar procedures. If the government of Honduras had actually believed these regulations to be valid, they were free to bring charges. Instead, the U.S. government prosecuted a case on what turned out to be bad law.

The similarities don’t end there. The highlighted excerpts of Paul’s book embedded below appear verbatim in the Heritage Foundation case study. It runs just more than three pages.

Asked about the copied text Mike Gonzalez, vice president of communications for the Heritage Foundation, said, “We like when people cite our work. We wish more progressives would cite our work, maybe then they wouldn’t be so progressively wrong.”

Later, after this story went live, the Heritage spokesman called BuzzFeed back to say “we don’t care” about the copy job.

The books “notes and sources” reads:

“This book is not an investigative book. Many of the stories told and information reported represent work already done by others. Rather than endlessly noting multiple sourced items mixed in with personal conversations and research, we have included here other sources of information for the stories presented. Some are activist websites. Some are blogs. Some are reporters. Some are government websites with official releases of information. All of these sources contributed in one way or another to the finished material in this book, and I am grateful for the work many individuals have done in various fields to help expose these government bullies.”

Attempts to contact the book’s publisher were not successful. Messages sent to two different contacts were not returned.

In another instance in the book, several sentences appeared similar to a report by a senior fellow at the Cato Institute Mark Moller in the National Wetlands Newsletter. Moller said he had not given anyone permission to reprint any parts of his article.

The text was once again cited in the footnotes but the words were passed off as Sen. Paul’s.

“Our ideas got in the book, we got credited in the notes. So that seems like a good thing for a think tank,” David Boaz, the executive VP of the Cato Institute said after BuzzFeed was asked to call him by Paul’s office.
After BuzzFeed pointed out the article ran in a the National Wetlands Newsletter and only the PDF was pasted on Cato Boaz said “from his point of view he was researching using Cato.”

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow discovered last Monday that Paul had plagarized a section of his speech at Liberty University about the movie Gattica from Wikipedia. A follow up report by BuzzFeed the next day found a June 12, 2013 speech on immigration plagiarized a section the Wikipedia article on the movie Stand and Deliver.

Paul defended himself in an interview with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos on Thursday, arguing that it was simply a matter of citation practices and that he didn’t plagiarize the movie’s plot.

“It’s a disagreement over how you footnote things, and I think people footnote things different in an academic paper than they do in a public speech, but if we were going to present any of these speeches for publication they’d have footnotes in.”

The speeches appear on Paul’s website, without footnotes.
On Thursday night, a senior advisor to Sen. Paul pledged the Kentucky senator would be “more cautious in presenting and attributing sources” in the future after Politico confronted the office with two more instances of plagiarism.

Politico found Paul copied language in his 2013 speech responding to President Obama’s State of the Union address from the Associated Press and a 2010 passage from the magazine of the social conservative group Focus on the Family in a speech at Howard University.

The following three pages are the text that is similar to the Heritage case study:




The following three pages are the text that is similar to the Heritage case study:



The following is the text similar to the article by the Cato scholar:



The following is the text similar to the article by the Cato scholar:



The following is the text similar to the article by the Cato scholar:




How Paul cites the work:

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Old 11-04-2013, 06:12 PM   #54
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Well, if this isn't the pot calling the kettle black here. Progs advocated numerous kinds of theft but when it comes to another doing it--look at the outrage!!

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Rand Paul Speech Transcripts Disappearing From His Website

Several transcripts of Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s speeches have disappeared from his website. The change was noticed after reports by BuzzFeed, Politico, and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow that said the senator had plagiarized in several of his speeches. BuzzFeed also recently reported that Paul plagiarized pages of his book from The Heritage Foundation and from a Cato Institute scholar.
A Feb. 6, 2013, speech by Sen. Paul on foreign policy now contains just the video for the speech. Google cache shows the transcript of the speech appeared at least until Oct. 23, 2013.

A posting of a CPAC speech that Paul gave on Feb. 10, 2012, now returns just a screenshot of Paul’s speech on C-SPAN. Google cache shows Paul’s speech transcript appeared on the website at least until Oct. 20, 2013.
The entry for Paul’s remarks at the Veterans of Foreign Wars 144th National Convention in Louisville on July 22, 2013, shows only a photo of Paul speaking. Google cache shows the speech online at least on Oct. 20, 2013, as well.
Paul’s Feb. 12, 2013, response to President Obama’s State of the Union address vanished as well. Google cache shows the speech online at least until Oct. 14, 2013.

BuzzFeed has previously reported that a speech from his website was recently updated to include footnotes — and also first reported that an entire section of Paul’s 2012 book Government Bullies was copied entirely from a 2003 case study by The Heritage Foundation.

Speaking on ABC’s This Week Sunday, Paul blamed the plagiarism charges on him “being unfairly targeted by a bunch of hacks and haters.”
A Paul spokesperson didn’t immediately return a request for comment.

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Old 11-04-2013, 06:41 PM   #56
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Some progs during US History advocated "types of theft" (whatever that means), so a presidential candidate should get a pass.

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I don't care if he plagiarizes every speech he gives.

Giving speeches is not important, as our current President has shown us.

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Good post Pam! It's the right ideas that count more than anything.
Geez! Martin Luther King got his ideas on non-violence from Gandhi.
He was also widely read. Based on some actual pages shown at the airport I saw paragraphs that weren't original ideas but ideas that many others had made.

Just pointing out the truth banyon. Guess it got to ya'!
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The attack by the left for the next election has already begun.
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Okay so Paul is not a writer. That we know. He still supports the ideas I want.
I'd like to know if he used a writer though.
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