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.
Did you see what Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, the 20-year-old Saudi jihadist who was just arrested, wanted to do?….Like the leaders in Iran who decided to outlaw Valentine’s Day this year….
Liberals across the United States are up in arms about several State proposals that would limit collective bargaining rights for public worker unions. Legislation has been filed, and protested, in Ohio, Tennessee, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas and Indiana.
You can run but you can’t hide. Wait, correct that. Turns out that if you’re a State senator in Wisconsin, you can do both. Read this article to learn the truth about union protests in Wisconsin and what they mean…
President Barack Obama has pledged his support for a bipartisan bill that would grant States more flexibility in implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
Arizona’s House of Representatives approved two bills on Feb. 28 that target the State’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.
At least two nations have brazenly begun developing nukes since Obama took up residence in the White House. So… how’s that world without nukes working out for you, Mr. President?
As I watch events unfolding in Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, et al, I wonder how many Americans realize that government employees are demanding rights that exist only in their progressive minds. They have been led to believe that their desires are rights, and that includes the right to have the government take someone else’s property and give it to them simply because they want it. Read this article to learn about the one true right everyone has…
Lawmakers in Illinois are set to consider legislation that would allow citizens to carry concealed handguns. Currently, the Prairie State and Wisconsin are the only two States that don’t have conceal carry laws.
Georgia lawmakers have moved one step closer to passing legislation that targets illegal immigration in the workplace.
On March 4, 1789, George Washington was sworn in as America’s first President and the new U.S. Congress opened its first session. Both took place near Wall Street in New York City.