Courtesy of Barack Obama’s official Twitter account, which is operated by Organizing for Action, here’s another opportunity for Personal Liberty readers to re-imagine a bit of the President’s ridiculous Obamacare propaganda effort. On Tuesday, the following tweet was posted to the President’s Twitter account: How do you plan to spend the cold days of December? […]
Starting in 2014, Colorado drivers who refuse to submit to roadside sobriety tests will be treated by police as though they have a record of driving drunk – regardless of whether they actually do. According to ABC 7 in Denver, “any Colorado driver who refuses a sobriety test will be branded a ‘persistent drunk driver.’” […]
During an interview with Piers Morgan that aired on Tuesday, 84-year-old television personality Barbra Walters absolved President Barack Obama of any Presidential failures. The aging newswoman said that she and other liberals thought that Obama was “the next Messiah,” which set expectations too high. The comment came when Morgan and Walters spoke briefly about the […]
This post, written by Activism Director Rainey Reitman, was originally published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation on Dec. 18. Fifty-four civil liberties and public interest groups sent a letter to Congressional leadership today opposing S. 1631, the FISA Improvements Act. The bill, promoted by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), seeks to legalize and extend National Security […]
This article was originally printed by Washington’s Blog. Visit the website here. Bill Binney is the high-level NSA executive who created the agency’s mass surveillance program for digital information. A 32-year NSA veteran widely regarded as a “legend” within the agency, Binney was the senior technical director within the agency and managed thousands of NSA […]
The Nation’s central bank will begin scaling back its massive bond-buying stimulus, reducing the amount of bonds it purchases to prop up the economy in monthly increments of $10 billion, the Federal Reserve announced Wednesday. The Fed’s long-standing policy of buying $85 billion in bonds each month will begin to taper in January. During that […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
A December Gallup poll reveals more Americans identify the government — not the economy, immigration, healthcare or the wealth gap, but the government itself — as the single biggest source of the Nation’s problems.
Team Obamacare is forming its own in-house Media Matters of sorts, as the Department of Health and Human Services prepares to hire a media agency that will keep its finger on the pulse of what everyone across TV, print and the Internet is saying about the Affordable Care Act.
A Garden City, N.Y., man was trying to wash his car in the driveway of his home when the cops showed up. Apparently, his neighbor wanted to get the guy in trouble, so he (or she) called the police to report the man was violating a local ordinance by washing his car on his own property.
The police were happy to oblige.