A few interesting links Personal Liberty staffers have discovered on the Web this week.
Donald Trump was having none of a politically correct reporter’s lecturing Wednesday, telling the sensitive soul that “anchor babies” is a perfectly acceptable term.
The United States slipped three spots in this year’s ranking of the world’s freest countries, as measured by a group of government, policy and economics experts.
The first GOP debate recently got an audio makeover from the folks at the wildly popular Bad Lip Reading channel on YouTube. And it’s just as nonsensical and strangely satisfying to watch as you think.
We have to question how low-information a voter would have to be to cast a ballot for Hillary Clinton after watching this video. We’re also grateful that Fox News’ Ed Henry, amazingly, still has permission to cover Hillary’s campaign.
Aren’t the Oath Keepers supposed to be some sort of borderline white supremacist, trigger-happy wackos? If so, they sure have a strange way of showing it.
Former Colorado lawmaker Tom Tancredo has a novel idea: require that everyone who wants to vote pass a basic U.S. civics test. “Shouldn’t all voters possess that same rudimentary knowledge of the Constitution and our federal system of government as naturalized citizens?” Tancredo posited in a column.
Is the FBI Ready for Hillary? The more realistic question may be, “Is Hillary ready for the FBI?” The Clinton email scandal — by no means the only Clinton scandal going — is sucking the life out of Hillary’s campaign.
The long-brewing secessionist movement in Northern California got another momentary boost this week when a crowd of secessionists turned out at a meeting to win local government support for the plan.
Some favorite bits of what Personal Liberty staffers have discovered on the Web this week.
Target is about to target your kid as an androgynous, identity-free lump. The retail giant announced last week it’s in the process of “working across the store to identify areas where we can phase out gender-based signage to help strike a better balance.”
Agreeing that the term “alien” is too offensive to be used in public documents, Democratic California Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law a bill that effectively censors the word.
It isn’t just establishment-weary conservatives who see something in Donald Trump’s boisterous messaging. Shockingly, even millennial-aged college students — a demographic not known for its conservative leanings — think Trump’s messaging is on target.
Reason TV’s satirical wizard Remy slapped together a video after last week’s GOP presidential debate that almost makes us wish he had been on the stage.