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No plagiarism here: Rand Paul offers 33 footnotes in new defense speech

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Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, a likely 2016 GOP presidential candidate, isn't about to get caught plagiarizing again. The proof: In a Tuesday speech to The Citadel on defense policy, Paul did something rare for a lawmaker by including 33 footnotes at the end of his text. The first footnote credited The Citadel itself, the 33rd former President Ronald Reagan’s first Inaugural Address. And he even...