New Yorkers Can Snitch On Gun Owners For $500 Reward

In New York State if you report gun owners to officials and they are found to be in possession of illegal firearms after an investigation, you could score $500. That’s because for more than a year the State has been running a “well-kept secret” tip line that offers rewards to callers depending on what comes from the gun-related information they provide.

Interview: Attorney Evan Nappen Explains The Moore Ordeal And How To Protect Yourself From UnConstitutional Activity

In an exclusive interview with Personal Liberty Digest™, attorney Evan Nappen, the author of three books and a nationally recognized authority on firearm laws, discussed how New Jersey police and a social worker attempted to gain unConstitutional access to Shawn Moore’s home and ways that Americans can protect themselves in similar circumstances.

When American Values Are Child Abuse: The Bureaucratic Harassment Of Shawn Moore And Son

Even as 2nd Amendment advocates scored a small victory when Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) struck Senator Dianne Feinstein’s (D-Calif.) scary-gun ban bill from the legislative push for firearm control, knee-jerk absurdity continues throughout the Nation as a result of government demonization of gun owners.

Rand Paul: GOP Should Learn The Words ‘Bienvenido a América’

Yesterday morning, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) was welcomed to speak on the topic of immigration reform by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The Senator’s speech, peppered with passages in Spanish and even a reference to poet Pablo Neruda to underline the beauty of Hispanic romanticism, pushed a libertarian-leaning approach to solving America’s immigration problems.

Obama Administration’s Disgraceful FOIA Record Pointed Out Again

Despite lofty claims, the Administration of Barack Obama has left much to be desired in the transparency department. The Administration has been called out for abusing White House Press pool reporters in recent weeks and, throughout the President’s tenure, has been criticized for not forcing Federal compliance with Freedom of Information Act requests.

Amid Obesity, Deficit Policy Debates, Government Could Buy 400,000 Tons Of Sugar

Despite the political bloviating about how bad sugar is (and despite evidence and common sense to the same effect), the Department of Agriculture is currently considering buying 400,000 tons of the sweet stuff. You see, not only does government want to tell you how much sugar to eat — it also wants to tell you how much it should cost and what kind of profits producers of the product should earn.