Senator Rand Paul and his Constitutionalist Republican allies vowed a fit of filibusters against any Senate attempts at new gun-control legislation. But another group of Republicans, the usual suspects, has sided with the Democrats, moving Thursday to clip the wings of those wacko birds.
The Internal Revenue Service claims that it has the right to read the private emails, text messages and other electronic communications without a warrant because, the agency claims, Americans have no reasonable expectation of online privacy.
If you add up all the money the government is spending and divide that amount by the number of households in the United States, you get a figure that now exceeds the median amount of money those households collectively earn.
A report in the Columbia Daily Tribune has uncovered two instances in the past 16 months of Missouri State Police handing over to the Federal government a database that shares the identity of every registered concealed carry permit holder in the State.
As North Korea continues to threaten an attack on the United States, a Defense Intelligence Agency report indicates that the Hermit Kingdom probably has nuclear warheads deliverable by ballistic missiles. According to the document, those weapons may have the capability to reach the United States. From the report, which was distributed to senior, “DIA assesses with […]
Congress is very unlikely to approve President Barack Obama’s recommended budget, submitted Wednesday after much delay. But if the President got his way, Congress would cap the amount of money people could save in tax-preferred retirement accounts so that no account could earn an annual return of more than $205,000. As U.S. News reports, that […]
Another shameful liberal attempt to confuse the American public about the right to bear arms.
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 major push begins today urging high-profile U.S. retailers to crack down on selling a host of products that contain chemicals with unsafe — or unproven — track records.
Recent Federal Open Market Committee releases illustrating what top Federal Reserve officials feel are the central bank’s best next steps have had a familiar message for several months: The officials are gridlocked between continued money printing and stopping stimulus.