CAIR Hides Info On Terror-Linked Donors; Dem Strategist Says Navy Yard Personnel ‘Stood Around And Watched’; Obama Vows TO March On For Gun Control; Rand Paul Looking Strong For 2016; And How Internet Sales Tax Will Hurt Small Business— Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 9-23-2013

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Report: CAIR Uses Shell Corps To Hide Major Middle Eastern Donors With Terror Ties

While the IRS has been busy bogging down conservative nonprofit groups with no connections to violent terrorist ideologies, it’s been tacitly green-lighting the nonprofit status of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which for years has been hiding the identities of major Middle Eastern donors with ties to terror organizations like the Muslim Brotherhood. Read More…

Dem Strategist Pushes Gun Control, Claiming Armed Navy Yard Personnel ‘Just Stood Around And Watched’ As Massacre Unfolded

A Democratic strategist said in a recent MSNBC interview that guns rights activists are wrong in claiming that if more people were carrying guns, mass shooters would be stopped more quickly. Read More…

Preaching To The Choir: Obama Tells Congressional Black Caucus He Will ‘Keep Marching’ On Obamacare, Gun Control

Speaking at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual gala dinner over the weekend, President Barack Obama demonized Republicans and vowed to “keep marching” on issues such as gun control. Read More… 

Rand Paul Wins 2016 Presidential GOP Poll, Christie Comes In Second

Organizers said Kentucky Senator Rand Paul won a 2016 Presidential poll of Republican leaders and activists at a Michigan conference. Read More…

Ron Paul Straight Talk: Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses

Internet commerce is the most dynamic and rapidly growing sector of the American economy. Not surprisingly, the Internet is also relatively free of taxes and regulations, although many in Washington are working to change that. That’s Bad News For Business… 

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