Archive for May, 2013
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — Some members of the U.S. House are proposing a change to the way so-called associated forces with cursory ties to al-Qaida are targeted, officials said. The lawmakers drafted a change to the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorism, The Hill reported Thursday. The proposal is to be considered by the […]
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — FBI agents questioned a person of interest in the suspected ricin-laced letters sent to President Obama and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, CBS News reported. Authorities were observed searching a home in New Boston, Texas, Thursday in video shot by Shreveport, La., television station KSLA, CBS News said Friday. The FBI questioned […]
TUCSON, (UPI) — Organizers of an effort to have Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio recalled said Thursday their effort fell short. Respect Arizona and Citizens for a Better Arizona failed to collect the 335,000 valid voter signatures they needed by the 5 p.m. deadline to force a recall election, the Los Angeles Times reported. Citizens for […]
The California State Senate passed seven gun-control bills Wednesday, tightening the leash on gun owners in a State already entrenched in an ongoing, liberal-led subversion of its residents’ 2nd Amendment powers.
Did the Attorney General of the United States commit perjury when he appeared before the House Judiciary Committee two weeks ago? It sure looks like it. Right now, Eric Holder is scrambling to protect himself. Nice try, Holder, but it won’t work.
A survey published Thursday by Quinnipiac University in Connecticut shows that 75 percent of Americans want a special prosecutor to investigate the targeting of Tea Party conservative groups by the Internal Revenue Service during the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama.
A Sauk County, Wis., jury kicked the State’s dairy lobby and fascist agriculture agency in the teeth last week when it acquitted dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger on three charges of producing milk without a license. Hershberger has been persecuted for four years for the “crime” of selling his raw milk and other dairy products.
Ah, the justice system — a murky, corrupt monstrosity that feeds itself with fines and fees, preying on the very people it is supposed to protect. Growing beyond the protection of the innocent to the pursuit of its own interest, the justice system, along with the Bar (together known as the legal system), generate an exorbitant amount of revenue each year. Do you really think they want to give that up for the sake of justice?
Certainly not, at least not willingly.