Another NorCal County Votes To Secede; NSA Chief Defends Data Dragnet; Obamacare Rate Table May Give You A Heart Attack; The West Waters The Mideast’s Chemical Weapons Family Tree; Man-Child Nation — Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 9-25-2013


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Is A NorCal Secessionist Movement Gaining Momentum?

Three weeks ago, the conservative rural county of Siskiyou took a step toward seceding from the State of California, with local leaders saying residents’ interests were being stifled and even exploited in Sacramento in favor of the State’s major urban centers. Now a neighboring county has voted to make the split. Read More… 


NSA Chief Defends Phone Record Collection

The head of the U.S. National Security Agency said his department used Americans’ phone records while investigating the Boston Marathon bombing. Read More… 


State-By-State Obamacare Rate Table Offers A Great Incentive To Stay Healthy (Forever)

What is it gonna take for President Barack Obama to get you to drive away in a brand new Obamacare policy next week? Double… Triple… Sextuple. How much are you willing to pay, particularly if you’re single and not too advanced in years, to swap your current health plan for an Obamacare plan? 620 Percent?  


Where Did Syria’s Chemical Weapons Come From?

ProPublica looks beyond the rhetoric of current and past Western governmental administrations to trace the genealogy of Syria’s current chem “stockpile.” You aren’t likely to be surprised at the shape of the chemical warfare family tree. Read More… 


Grow Up! (Once You Have A Quarter Century Behind You)

Adulthood begins at the age of 25 as far as psychologists are concerned, according to a BBC report. Apparently, President Barack Obama agrees. Under the Affordable Care Act, “children” are eligible for coverage under their parents’ health insurance plans until the age of 26. Read More…

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