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New data compiled by the Census Bureau reports that 13.1 million immigrants, both legal and illegal, arrived in the United States in the past decade. During that period, there was an overall net decline of 1 million jobs in the nation.
The increasingly thuggish behavior by the Transportation Security Administration is part of a government plan to gain greater control over Americans by limiting their ability to travel freely.
*Benjamin Franklin on Thanksgiving. My friend Mark Skousen finished a labor of love recently when he helped a distant relative complete his autobiography. When Benjamin Franklin died in 1757, he was only halfway through writing about his life. Mark and his wife finished the job for Mark’s many-times-great-grandfather.
Did you know that our Pilgrim forefathers tried communism when they first landed at Plymouth Rock? How’s that for a dramatic beginning to a story? Read this article to get the true story behind the people credited with holding the first Thanksgiving on American soil…
On behalf of the entire staff of Personal Liberty Digest, I want to wish each and every one of you a Happy Thanksgiving. It is our hope and prayer that you have been as blessed and enlightened by the news and opinion we provide every day as we have been by your patronage and the wonderful comments and contributions you make…
Hamburger meals won’t be so “Happy” for kids in San Francisco after the city’s Board of Supervisors voted to override Mayor Gavin Newsom’s veto of a city ban on toys being included in fast-food children’s meals that fail to meet health standards.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. I hate to interrupt your celebration of history, family and living through being molested by the TSA, but before you slip into a tryptophan-induced coma, I thought I’d tell you: The evil dwarf who essentially owns North Korea is showing signs of ruining everyone’s Christmas.
Banking executives from some of the country’s largest banks rigged bids and paid kickbacks to win deals involving municipal bond sales, a scheme that may have cost taxpayers as much as $1 billion and is the biggest criminal conspiracy in the history of the 198-year-old municipal finance market, according to documents filed in a New York Federal court.
Market analysts believe that General Motors’ (GM) debut on the New York Stock Exchange was a good start.