Advertising Obamacare To Illegals; Drones In Feinstein’s Window; Obama’s Infringements Keep Piling Up; Reviving The Church Committee; Ted Cruz And Tattoos; Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk—Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 3-17-2014

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The Growing List Of Obama’s End-Runs Around Congress And The Constitution

Last week, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) refreshed his list of all the ways President Barack Obama has flouted the Constitution by shouldering the legislative burden of Congress on his own shoulders. Here are some of the highlights. Read More… 

Ted Cruz Embraces Poster Of Himself As A Tattoo-Covered Outlaw

A California artist got hold of an image of Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in time to digitally alter it and plaster the result all over the Beverly Wilshire Hotel Saturday, where Cruz himself was scheduled to speak. The new creation is something that may be lacking in figurative accuracy, but it’s drenched in symbolism. The Image… 

Puede Calificar Y Recibir Obamacare TOTALMENTE GRATIS

Journalist Matt Drudge, of Drudge Report fame, tweeted a photo from Miami today that could explain why there may be some confusion about Obamacare in communities with high numbers of undocumented immigrants. The Tweet… 

EFF: Former Members Call On Congress To Create A New Church Committee

When U.S. intelligence agencies were caught spying on Americans 40 years ago, Congress answered the public outcry by creating an investigative task force to bring these covert, and potentially illegal, practices into the light. Another Church… 

Feinstein Calls For Regulation After Drone Spies Through Her Window

For anyone involved in the debate over government abuse of privacy, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has been fun to watch lately. She has  jumped to the defense of the National Security Agency in the past several months and is a longtime apologist of the White House’s drone policy. On Her Own Privacy… 

Ron Paul: If Spying On Senate Is So Bad, Why Is It OK For Them To Spy On Us?

The reaction of Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) to last week’s revelations that the CIA secretly searched Senate Intelligence Committee computers reveals much about what the elites in government think about the rest of us. “Spy on thee, but not on me!” Ron Paul takes her to task. Straight Talk… 

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