Benghazi Reporter Quits ‘Biased’ CBS; Convicted Terror Tipster Now Working For The IRS; Senate Dems Pull Climate Change All-Nighter; Rand Paul Outlines A Proper U.S. Reaction To Ukrainian Crisis; Ron Paul Asks: ‘Can We Afford Ukraine?’ — Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 3-10-2014


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Atkisson Quits CBS News Over Network’s Liberal Bias, Complicity In Promoting White House Narratives

Sharyl Atkisson, one of the few reporters in mainstream media who has never strayed far from the lessons they (presumably) still teach in J-school, has agreed to an early resignation from her investigative correspondent’s position at CBS News. The Obama Administration must be thrilled. Read More…


Convict Cop Who Tipped Off Terror Suspect Now An IRS Employee

A dirty Fairfax County, Va. cop who pleaded guilty in Federal court for tipping off a terrorism suspect and compromising an ongoing FBI investigation is now a financial analyst for the IRS, according to a report that emerged last week. Read More…


Who’s Ready To Talk About Climate Change All Night? Senate Democrats

Why this sounds like a good idea during an election year is anybody’s guess, but a bunch of Senate Democrats are planning to stage a faux-filibuster tonight to draw attention to the evils of man-made climate change. Read More…


Rand Paul Outlines How He’d Respond To Putin’s Actions In Ukraine

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says if he were president he’d take a harder stance against Russian President Vladimir Putin for events in Ukraine. “This does not and should not require military action. No one in the U.S. is calling for this. But it will require other actions and leadership, both of which President Obama unfortunately lacks,” Paul wrote in a Sunday column. Read More…


…And Ron Paul Weighs In, Too: Can We Afford Ukraine?

Officially, U.S. debt stands at more than $17 trillion. In reality, it is many times more. The cost of the U.S.-led interventions abroad is incalculable, and the meter’s still running. So who in his right mind would think it is a good time to start a war with Russia over Ukraine? And worse, who would commit the United States to bail out a Ukraine that will need at least $35 billion to survive the year? The President and Congress, backed by the neocons and the so-called humanitarian interventionists! Texas Straight Talk…

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