A study released Tuesday by the Bureau of Justice Statistics is bad news for people in the United States seeking to further restrict citizens’ 2nd Amendment rights. It illustrates a sharp drop in the number of American gun homicides since their highest level of occurrence a decade ago.
This week, Barack Obama will embark on a jobs tour that’s supposed to take the President to States and cities across the country whose employment and economic successes (and, presumably, failures) illustrate something germane about freeing Americans to innovate, work and prosper.
I respect the office of the Presidency. While I haven’t liked some Presidents, I did not hold them in disdain. But I’ve been writing about Barack Hussein Obama for more than four years, and it has been like covering a train wreck.
Former President Bill Clinton said at the 2013 Fiscal Summit in Washington Tuesday that Americans should stop speculating about his wife’s future political ambitions. Clinton said that he didn’t see any reason to believe Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, will run in the next Presidential election, quipping “Hillary hasn’t mentioned it to me, […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.
A CNN interview last week with former FBI counterterrorism agent Tim Clemente should give pause to any American citizen who is wondering what implications the latest technological gadgets have on privacy.
A libertarian radio show host is organizing a Fourth of July march on Washington, D.C., by inviting participants to open carry their loaded firearms in a nonviolent organized demonstration.
Nowhere has the lengths to which mainstream media will go to push a political agenda been more embarrassingly evident than it has over at MSNBC, where selective video editing is modus operandi for producing “news” content.
On Sunday, President Barack Obama delivered the commencement address to graduates of Ohio State University, urging them to trust the state and view government as a friend.
Normally, someone who oversees the engineering of a program that leads directly to the murders of hundreds of people and then acts as if questions about the program are somehow unfair or even racist is either an absolute idiot or an outright sociopath. But “normally” and “President Barack Obama” seldom collide in the same sentence.