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Say No More: Henry Kissinger ‘Delighted’ If Chris Christie Takes 2016 GOP Nomination

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger told National Review today he’d be delighted to see New Jersey Governor Chris Christie win the Republican nomination for the 2016 Presidential race. “We’re friendly, and I think extremely highly of him, and he knows I’d be delighted if he became a national candidate,” Kissinger said. “Conservatives should recognize […]

Brit, U.S. Governments Bully NSA Reporter; The Tweakers’ Republic Of North Korea; The State Of Northern Colorado; Biden Thinks Biden Can Beat Clinton; Is Obama A Stalinist Constitution Scholar?; And Record Breaking Fed Debt—Tuesday Morning News Roundup 8-20-2013

Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories. Now, it’s personal. Glenn Greenwald, the reporter who broke the news about secret U.S. surveillance programs, said the authorities who took his partner into custody at London’s Heathrow Airport “are going to regret […]

Punk Rock Legend: Democrats Are Fascists Disguised As Liberals

Punk Rock Legend: Democrats Are Fascists Disguised As Liberals

President Barack Obama may enjoy rubbing shoulders with supporters who are mainstream Hollywood superstars and pop music behemoths like Beyoncé. But on the fringes of fame are a number of celebrities using their media microphones from time to time to voice disapproval of the President — often quite eloquently.

Paul: Let SCOTUS Rule On NSA Constitutionality

Paul: Let SCOTUS Rule On NSA Constitutionality

Senator Rand Paul is proposing that the government system of checks and balances be used as it is designed, to allow for a Supreme Court review of the National Security Agency’s tactics. Paul contends that allowing NSA to operate in a manner that is totally unConstitutional evidences Obama’s lack of understanding of government checks and balances.

Half Of Obamacare’s Implementation Deadlines Missed Thanks To Presidential Delays, Waivers

Half Of Obamacare’s Implementation Deadlines Missed Thanks To Presidential Delays, Waivers

The Congressional Research Service has tabulated 82 separate deadlines that represent mandatory stepping stones in the rollout of Obamacare. Each one is a part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and enforcing each is required if the law (and its enforcers) are to retain their integrity. But the Obama Administration has already missed 41 of them.

Illegal Food Stamp Trafficking Up 30 Percent Since 2006

Illegal Food Stamp Trafficking Up 30 Percent Since 2006

A recent USDA report found a 30 percent increase in the proportion of food stamp recipients who illegally sell their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program credits back to stores, which fraudulently redeem the credits by paying the SNAP recipients the credits’ cash value.

Amash Vows Renewed Fight Against NSA; Chicago Jesus Is No Profit At Home; Abusing Material Witnesses; Obama’s Job Approval Has The Summertime Blues; Cruz’s Dual Citizenship— Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 8-19-2013

Brush up on the day’s headlines with Personal Liberty’s P.M. Edition news links.

Ted Cruz Releases Birth Certificate In Anticipation Of 2016 Presidential Run

In a move that’s hard not to associate with his potential ambitions to seek the 2016 GOP Presidential nomination, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) released his birth certificate to The Dallas Morning News, which published a story with an image of the document on Sunday.   The birth certificate affirms Cruz was born in Canada to an […]

Amash Vows Renewed Effort To Stop The NSA

Representative Justin Amash (R-Mich.) vowed over the weekend to revive a legislative attempt to block the National Security Agency from collecting American phone and Internet data en masse following the narrow defeat of a similar effort last month. “I’m hopeful that we’ll have another opportunity,” Amash said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “It might […]

ProPublica Explains A Powerful Legal Tool, and Its Potential for Abuse

This story, written by Joaquin Sapien for ProPublica, was updated by the publication to include a recent decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in the case of a Queens woman who says she was illegally held as a material witness in 2008. The 20-year-old document labeled the Hotel Custody log […]


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