Personal Liberty Digest is your source for breaking news and political commentary. Our coverage of conservative politics has made us the #1 news website among Libertarians.
Civil forfeiture laws, which allow the government to seize assets merely suspected by law enforcement of being used for criminal activities, are an affront to Americans’ Constitutional property rights. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) recently unveiled a plan to reform them.
Barack Obama could never have sold Obamacare to the American people without lying and misrepresenting. Obama’s fraud is costing each of us thousands of dollars per year. Obama’s fraud may add up to the first-ever trillion-dollar scam. Obama is arguably the biggest thief in world history.
While President Barack Obama continues to brazenly defy the law and violate the Constitution by not only not halting the invasion of illegals at the southern border but by openly encouraging it and promising to further overstep his Constitutional authority with executive orders and while Democrats and the GOP leadership work to subversively grant amnesty to millions of illegals who have broken U.S. laws in order to enter the country, the American public is becoming increasingly vocal in their opposition to what is currently passing as government immigration policy.
Fully 77 percent of the Nation wants the illegals deported. That’s because the American people actually care about the country and recognize that the sudden influx of illegals will transform the Nation’s culture, steal what few jobs there are available and drive down wages; whereas the political establishment cares only about money and power and pleasing its corporate masters.
The social sciences in America have been militarized to produce tools that assist the government in understanding and suppressing dissent. Anthropology, linguistic analysis and sociology now serve the police state.
This article originally appeared on the Electronic Frontier Foundation website. San Francisco — The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a coalition of advocacy groups have asked a Federal appeals court to block record labels’ attempt to thwart Federal law in Capitol v. Vimeo — a case that could jeopardize free speech and innovation and the […]
A top military official who heads the Defense Intelligence Agency told journalists at the Aspen Security Forum last week that the United States is no safer than it was before the World Trade Center attacks that set the Nation’s perpetual war machine into motion. In fact, the Nation is likely far less safe than it was in 2001.
Net worth is a measure of the value of a household’s assets against its debts: stocks, land and homes compared with what a household owes to own these assets free and clear. Home values, which are closely tied to the net worth of middle-class families, have been particularly affected over the past decade.
On Tuesday, Senator Patrick Leahy introduced a revised version of his USA FREEDOM legislation, the USA FREEDOM Act of 2014, which focuses on telephone record collection and FISA Court reform. While this bill is not a comprehensive solution to overly broad and unConstitutional surveillance, it is a strong first step.
Here’s something that shouldn’t be news to you: Congress is actually much worse than a lost cause. But while things may appear bleak for the Constitution and liberty, there is a State-level line of resistance building that provides hope for the future and a blueprint for success.
Boston Police Commissioner William Evans supports a Massachusetts legislative measure that would allow local police to decide who can or cannot be licensed to own long guns. As Evans made clear in a radio interview, it all boils down to a simple feature: control.