California prankster and liberty activist Mark Dice has again taken to the streets of San Francisco to reveal the alarming stupidity of some Americans. For his latest video, Dice asked folks on the street whether they support rewriting history and tearing down “racist” Mount Rushmore.
A group of government watchdog organizations has filed a complaint with the Senate Ethics Committee, alleging that some senators and staffers defrauded the government by lying in their Obamacare applications to ensure they would be eligible for subsidies.
On Thursday, 24-year-old Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez opened fire on two military sites in Chattanooga, Tennessee, leaving four dead Marines in his wake before being killed by police. Investigators are calling this “domestic terrorism.” Abdulazeez was a practicing Muslim whose family reportedly were Jordanians who emigrated from Kuwait to the U.S. Domestic terrorism, huh?
After showing off the bells and whistles that come with Obama’s Iran agreement, Susan Rice confessed that Iran is likely to use sanctions relief to support terror against America.
“A Time For Truth,” Ted Cruz’s hot-selling book outlining his path to political prominence and his vision for America, has been problematic for The New York Times — or at least its bestseller list.
President Barack Obama lost his cool Wednesday when CBS White House correspondent Major Garrett asked why the release of U.S. hostages in Iran was not a non-negotiable inclusion of the nuclear deal with the Middle Eastern nation.
Thieves and vandals throughout the nation are taking videos of themselves destroying and stealing private property as part of social media campaigns encouraging the destruction of Confederate flags.
In Las Vegas in 1976, comedian Bill Cosby gave Quaaludes to a woman half his age and then had sex with her. The woman was one of 12 Jane Does listed in a 2005 sexual abuse lawsuit brought against Cosby by Andrea Constand, who said Cosby drugged her and raped her in 2004. Cosby settled the lawsuit in 2006. This week, The Associated Press reported on the Quaalude testimony, in which Cosby admitted he gave the “powerful, now-banned sedative to unidentified others.” So much for Cosby’s good-guy image.
Here are a few tidbits Personal Liberty staffers found interesting around the Web this week.
Controversial Canadian conservative Ezra Levant went trolling at a big climate rally in Toronto last weekend, speaking with protesters and making some side observations about how those who attended the rally typically availed themselves of the same world-destroying conveniences whose abolition they claim to seek.
In a recent interview, former President Jimmy Carter said that he believes Jesus would be a gay marriage supporter. Though, Carter noted, “I don’t have any verse and scripture” to back that up.
Ahead of Hillary Clinton’s Tuesday appearance on CNN, her first national television interview of the 2016 election season, Twitter users beautifully trolled the former first lady using the hashtag #CNNHillaryQuestions. Here are eight essential questions the Twitterverse wants Clinton to answer.
President Barack Obama gave millions of taxpayer dollars to failed solar power company Solyndra. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) also has a vision for a solar-powered future, but it focuses more heavily on end users than corporate upstarts.