Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
The progressive left’s solipsistic monopoly on all things equitable and virtuous was in full swing over the weekend, as Health and Human Services Director Kathleen Sebelius rode piggyback on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in order to make a not-so-subtle association between the civil rights leader and ideological support for Obamacare.
Late last week, Greta Van Susteren posted a damning account of how the Administration of President Barack Obama handled inquiries from FOX News after the Sept. 11, 2012 U.S. Consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya, took the lives of one ambassador and three other Americans.
In a recent interview President Barack Obama said that race plays a major role in his approval rating among American voters, claiming that some voters hate everything he does because he’s black while others tend to give him the “benefit of the doubt” for the same reason.
David Kennedy, the hacker who recently testified before Congress about Healthcare.gov’s many security failures, explained during a television appearance Sunday how he was able to compromise the Obamacare insurance exchange website in fewer than four minutes.
A recent long-form feature on President Barack Obama hit The New Yorker’s website over the weekend, and it’s filled with all kinds of sports references. It juxtaposes the imagery of Obama getting hit in the mouth playing basketball with the harsh political blows he’s taken over the past year as scandals have rocked the White […]
Brush up on the day’s headlines with Personal Liberty’s P.M. Edition news links. Healthcare.gov Gets New Handlers With Former Ties To Obama Campaign CGI Federal, the computer consulting firm fired by the Department of Health and Human Services after the disastrous rollout of Federal Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, has been replaced by another firm with ties […]
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) said Sunday that a group of Senators who feel the President’s National Security Agency reform announcement last week does little to protect Americans’ privacy will continue to work on legislation to limit the agency’s spying powers. “There’s a concern that we have gone too much into Americans’ privacy,” the Senate Judiciary […]
Representative James Lankford, the Oklahoma Republican vying for outgoing Senator Tom Coburn’s Congressional seat, gave voters an idea of what kind of GOP Senator he would make on Monday. Lankford echoed criticisms lobbed at national Tea Party and conservative groups by the likes of Speaker of the House John Boehner and other establishment Republicans. “After […]
CGI Federal, the computer consulting firm fired by the Department of Health and Human Services after the disastrous rollout of Federal Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, has been replaced by another firm with ties to President Barack Obama’s campaign machine. The Accenture management consulting company was handed CGI’s old job as Healthcare.gov’s primary contractor after the Center […]