The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing an alternative for global positioning systems the military hopes to use as a means of weaning soldiers from any need for dependence on a systemic array of satellites and signaling networks. Citing concerns that enemy technology can scramble GPS signals, confuse American equipment and strand […]
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 CNS News report reveals the number of Saudi students living in the United States has increased fivefold since Sept. 11, 2001. According to the report, there were 5,579 Saudi nationals enrolled in U.S. colleges at the time of the Sept. 11 attacks. Last year, there were 34,139.
Lawmakers in Washington State have devised a way to bail State government out of massive new costs related to funding Obamacare mandates, by rearranging part-time public worker classifications so that more employees become eligible for coverage under a Federal exchange program.
It is no secret that in this age of Internet-everything identity theft is a growing problem. And new research shows that online credit card thieves are among the most well-organized criminals in cyberspace.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has been taking heat from his libertarian-leaning supporters after making comments on Monday about domestic drone use that were either resultant of parapraxis or representative of a flip-flop from the positions he held just more than a month ago.
Apparently, no corner of American society is safe from liberal gun bashing — not even fashion. Sleaze mongers TMZ ripped into model Karolina Kurkova over the weekend for daring to step onto a public sidewalk in New York City wearing a white dress covered with silhouettes of various guns. The website called her selection in […]
The White House and several officials continue to moan and groan and cry “wolf” over sequester cuts, but here’s yet another story to illustrate why bureaucrats reap what they sow. This year, the Federal government is slated to spend nearly $1 million on service fees for bank accounts that it doesn’t use. According to The […]
What do door-to-door salesmen, lumberjacks, soldiers, meter readers, mail carriers and roofers have in common? They all have better jobs than reporters. A survey by Careercast.com has found, to no one’s surprise, that being a reporter is the worst job in America (for those of us who do still have jobs) in 2013. The report […]
Citing rapid behavioral changes that occurred in his 20s, some people have posited that Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev could have been more easily radicalized to the point of carrying out acts of terror because of brain injuries he may have sustained in his fledging boxing career. Researchers say that the possibility that brain injuries […]