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If it weren’t so frightening, it would be funny: Representative Diana DeGette (D-Colo.), the leading sponsor of a bill that would impose a Federal ban on high capacity magazines, has no idea what magazines actually are. During a forum on gun control sponsored by The Denver Post on Tuesday, DeGette was asked to give specific […]
President Barack Obama is set to release his long awaited — and very late — 2014 budget proposal by April 10. But if Republicans are hoping for a proposal that balances the budget in the next 10, 20 or 30 years, they can keep dreaming. White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer acknowledged Wednesday that the […]
Bosses investigating allegations of workplace misconduct in the State of Washington could soon legally obtain passwords and full access to individual employees’ social media accounts. CBS Seattle reports a bill before the Washington Legislature could be amended to create the exemption, which would permit employers to “require or demand access to a personal account if […]
Cincinnati-based Fox 19 reporter Ben Swann has become something of a national newsman superstar among liberty advocates and mainstream media cynics for his no nonsense, and often contrarian, segment “Reality Check.” According to reports, Swann may now be moving on to bigger things. In a recent announcement, Swann said that he will be leaving his […]
Second Amendment advocates breathed a heavy sigh of relief when it became apparent that Senator Dianne Feinstein’s (D-Calif.) assault weapon ban bill has little chance of legislative success. But those Americans who value their right to bear arms haven’t yet won the battle against gun grabbers. President Barack Obama is giving a speech at the […]
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.
Apparently LEOs (legally entitled to oppress) in Leawood, Kansas, have run out of criminals to pursue and have turned their attention to in-home gardeners.
The National Rifle Association and other organizations advocating for the 2nd Amendment are opposing President Barack Obama’s formal endorsement of a treaty limiting the sale of small arms among members of the United Nations.
The Democrat-controlled Connecticut Legislature is likely to approve a series of gun-control measures that, if approved by the Governor, would give the State broad and comprehensive power over individuals’ acquiring, owning and keeping track of firearms.