The California Legislature is considering a bill that would give kids in the State’s public schools the option of choosing which public bathroom they use, based on the “gender” with which a student most readily identifies.
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.
The spirit of Benjamin Franklin’s oft-quoted assertion that “[t]hose who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety” may be enjoying more currency among Americans in 2013 than it has since the days of Sept. 11 and the Patriot Act.
Notable left-wing polemicist Professor Noam Chomsky, who has made a career of writing and speaking out against government abuses of civil liberties in the United States and abroad, says he is surprised and disgusted by the current President’s inexplicable “attack” on civil liberties.
Just because Federal gun control failed in the Senate earlier this month doesn’t mean it won’t come up again in the 113th Congress. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is already making the media rounds with a second gun grab attempt on his mind.
It’s springtime, and that means it’s Taliban season. The Islamist terrorist organization jubilantly announced Sunday it’s in the process of prepping a full schedule of murder, surprise attacks and suicide bombs in a “monumental” spring offensive against western infidels: Although the surrogate Afghan fighters of Americas (i.e. national army, police and Arbaki force) might not […]
In the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings, it seems individuals who have questioned the official narrative of events surrounding the tragedy have been attacked by the mainstream more fiercely than those who have posited similarly about previous acts of terror. In the video below, a reporter visiting Boston recently on behalf of Alex Jones—the […]
Legislation being drafted by a government task force with the backing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation would heavily penalize companies that refuse to comply with wiretap orders. The provision, if passed by Congress and signed into law by the President, would add wording to the outdated 1968 Wiretap Act to mandate that private companies […]
There has been a great deal of breathless media coverage of the “devastating” impact of government spending cuts taking place due to sequestration. Meanwhile, instance upon instance of government fraud, abuse and waste—much of which could have been easily corrected to offset the impact of cuts—continue to crop up with little media ado. One of […]
Boston, in the aftermath of the terror attack on the city’s marathon, took on the appearance of a far-flung banana republic in the midst of a military takeover, writes former Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) in his latest column on Lew Rockwell’s libertarian website. Paul describes the scenes that unfolded in Boston over the past couple […]