When everything becomes sanitized, the collectivist vision of utopia will have been realized. That’s why a teacher in Albany, N.Y., is in hot water over an English assignment that required her students to “think like a Nazi.”
A poll recently conducted by NBC and The Wall Street Journal suggests that lawmakers who are pushing tough gun-control initiatives have a more sympathetic audience among American women than men. However, female gun ownership in the United States is on the rise.
It’s 2013, catchphrases are in and memes are all the rage. But there’s a fine line between being politically clever and making statements that will cause potential voters to run from conservatives en masse. Representative Steve Stockman (R-Texas) revealed a slogan for what he said would be on his new campaign bumper sticker via Twitter […]
Through White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, President Barack Obama announced the release of his family’s 2012 tax returns Friday. The 32-page tome can be accessed here. The Obamas reported an adjusted gross income of $608,611, $400,000 of which came from the President’s salary, and almost all of the remainder coming from book sales. The […]
Thanks, BuzzFeed, this is what we’ve been trying to tell the lefties all along. To answer your question, though: Law-abiding citizens who find themselves staring down the barrel of a thug’s gun in cities like Chicago where liberal politicians have made owning guns for self-defense nearly impossible. Here’s the video: Via Chicago Tribune: Charges have […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day.
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.