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. Today, the Senate will bombard President Barack Obama’s nominee for CIA director, John Brennan, with questions about targeted killings of U.S. citizens. North Korea is getting […]
As the American gun control debate trudges on, it seems America’s educators have been co-opted into a campaign to socially engineer students into believing that even the mention of the word “gun” is cause for pants-wetting terror.
Violent, thieving mobs, called flash mobs, have made their way into New York City. Thanks to the recently passed New York gun control legislation, New York business owners can’t really protect themselves.
There is a dangerous and growing threat to the Nation that is close to home, emboldened by U.S. policy and operating in capacities on par with military force. Mexican drug cartels have, through savvy business and brute force, built an empire south of the U.S. border
Following President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address on Tuesday, a Republican response to the President’s message will be delivered by Senator Marco Rubio of Florida.
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.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation urged the Supreme Court recently to require law enforcement agencies to get a warrant before forcing individuals to give DNA samples upon being arrested for a crime.
The convenience of mobile technology also opens users up to privacy threats. One company is working to help mobile technology users retain the convenience of instant communication while remaining confident that their privacy will not be breached.
Three years after a Citrus County sheriff’s deputy threatened to shoot a compliant concealed carry license holder in the back for legally carrying a weapon, the deputy is now on administrative leave — which means a paid vacation — while his actions are reviewed.
Police officials in Chicago announced this week that officers will no longer respond on scene to reports of criminal property damage, vehicle thefts, burglaries or other crimes in which the suspect may no longer be at or near the scene.