A coalition of “progressive” Christians is apparently unfamiliar with the Left’s stance on homosexuality. Sojourners, a Christian group that supports liberal political goals and claims to celebrate diversity, recently rejected an ad that asks Protestant leaders to welcome lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgendered (LGBT) people into the church.
*To balance your budget, just do this. The wackiest headline of the week came from CNN.com, which promised “No inflation unless you eat.” Doesn’t that make you feel better? Your […]
A Tea Party group has sued officials in Coldwater, Mich. to challenge a policy that prohibits banners in city parks.
Despite the common perception that young adults are more tech savvy than their elders, a new survey has revealed that seniors are less vulnerable to identity theft than younger Americans.
You may have noticed a few changes at Personal Liberty Digest™ over the last few weeks. Expect to see more changes in the coming weeks and months. Among the changes we have already made: a Saturday issue featuring Ben Crystal’s Great Eight and the recent addition of best-selling author Robert Ringer.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has announced his intentions to run for the 2012 GOP Presidential nomination. On May 11, the Republican revealed his candidacy via Facebook and Twitter. Later that night, Gingrich appeared on FOX News' Hannity and said that President Barack Obama "should be ashamed of himself" for distorting the GOP's positions.
My goodness gracious, what a week it has been for wild and wacky news stories. First, the President of the United States finally succumbed to the mounting controversy and asked the State of Hawaii to produce some evidence that he was actually born there. In fact, President Barack Obama had an aide fly from Washington to Honolulu to pick up the “Certificate of Live Birth.”
President Barack Obama has revealed that he is content with America’s border-control practices, so much so that he has called on Congress to pass sweeping immigration reform.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, the Treasury Department auctioned $56 billion in new debt. When these notes settle on Monday, they will take the United States over its debt ceiling. According to NASDAQ.com, Treasury officials previously said May 16 would be the day that the U.S. would cross the current debt threshold. This move by the Treasury will likely change the date for U.S. default — currently set on August 2.
Possible 2012 Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has a lot of explaining to do to conservatives when it comes to his history with healthcare. He is even set to give a speech about it on Thursday. He will outline a plan to “repeal and replace Obamacare.” However, according to a Huffington Post article posted today, when it comes to healthcare, conservatives should be more concerned about Newt Gingrich.
Since President Barack Obama announced Osama bin Laden’s death, the Department of Homeland Security maintains that Americans are in more danger from terrorism than ever. Most recently, Homeland Security released a statement urging citizens to beware of “lone individuals,” that are “unburdened by organizational constraints that can slow operational decisions by established terrorist groups.”
South Carolina Lawmakers want to bring back the gold standard. Both the South Carolina Senate and House are reviewing the Sound Money Legislation, which would make gold and silver coins legal tender in the State. On Wednesday, American Principles in Action, a conservative non-profit, released a statement announcing that the bill has the official support of the South Carolina Republican Party.
Democratic lawmakers have introduced legislation that would enhance the nation’s background check system for the purchase of firearms.
In 43 BC, warring consuls Antony, Lepidus and Octavian were duking it out with each other over control of Rome following Julius Caesar’s assassination the prior March. Each had legions at his disposal, and Rome’s terrified Senate sat on its hands waiting for the outcome. Ultimately, the three men chose to unite in what became known as the Second Triumvirate, representing the final nail in the coffin in Rome’s transition from republic to malignant autocracy.
So the economy is not exactly hitting on all cylinders of late. Unemployment hovers around the double-digit mark (the Department of Labor says 9 percent; it’s likely higher). The dollar is showing signs of losing its position in the currency market’s starting rotation (even currencies named AFTER ours — the Canadian dollar is one example — are ahead of our dollar in the batting order). And close to 15 percent of our fellow Americans receive government aid of one sort or another.
Considering that the photos of Osama bin Laden’s corpse and sea burial may never see the light of day, the highly-publicized “Situation Room Photo” could be the most prominent image to emerge from the historic event.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one in five residents in nursing homes suffer from anemia, which is a nutritional disorder defined by low hemoglobin levels.
The Federal Reserve has presided over the death of the dollar, which is now in its final spiral. When the Federal Reserve opened in 1914, an ounce of gold equaled $18.99. Today, it takes more than 1,500 fiat dollars to buy that same ounce. In 2008, the banking industry became a shambles thanks to the bursting of the housing bubble, which had been created by the Fed’s easy-money policies.
A day after military officials stated that Navy chaplains will be trained to perform same-sex civil marriage ceremonies, the service branch reversed its decision.
According to a report from an independent pollster on TheDaily.com, 19 percent of likely voters doubt Osama bin Laden is really dead. That is, one in every five people suspects the government is lying. Furthermore, the demographics of those expressing their doubts are surprisingly diverse, not limited to ultra-conservatives.
Skeptics and believers alike were shocked by the results of a recent Associated Press poll, showing President Barack Obama at a 60 percent approval rating. Experts suggested the news of Osama bin Laden’s “recent” death played a primary role in putting Obama’s approval rating at its highest point in two years. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said in a press conference on Monday that citizens must be responding “to the drive that (Obama) has.”
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich will confirm the rumors that he is running in the 2012 Presidential race tonight. According to CNN.com, Gingrich told reporters that he will make the announcement at 9 p.m., via Facebook and Twitter and during an appearance on Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News.