Rand Paul is currently doing something you don't see very often—an honest-to-goodness, non-stop filibuster speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Paul and his allies don't have the 41 votes necessary to prevent cloture vote that would block the nomination of John Brennan to be the CIA director. So he's stalling the old-fashioned way, through the original meaning of the filibuster. As long as Paul keeps talking and standing, no one can prevent him from holding up business in the Senate.
We're not sure how long he'll be able to hold out, but he opened by vowing to "speak until I can no longer speak." And because he doesn't have a prepared speech and just has to talk of the top of his head, this thing could get pretty interesting as he starts to run out of thinks to say." He's already kind of veering beyond the whole drone thing from yesterday, but he just got a better microphone.
Paul's speech is live on CSPAN2, or you can watch on their website.