Chomsky Laments Hopey, Changey Stuff; NSA Review To Be Carried Out By NSA Friends; Anti-Gun Crowd Mad At Starbucks; Zimmerman Acquittal Cost Public Nearly $1 Million; Al Gore Invents New Hurricane Category— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 8-22-2013

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You Know Things Are Bad When Chomsky Says Palin Was Right

In a recent interview with Democracy Now, influential polemicist and MIT professor Noam Chomsky said Sarah Palin was right about Barack Obama: There was no substance to his Presidential campaign. Read More… 

Obama Administration Selects Washington Insiders For NSA Review

On Thursday, ABC News revealed some of the names of the people chosen for a NSA review panel by White House officials. Unsurprisingly, those charged with reviewing the NSA’s practices aren’t exactly outsiders. Read More… 

Guess Who The Left Hates Now? Starbucks

Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense in America – the same group that ran a series of irresponsible 2nd Amendment attack ads featuring photos combining children, classrooms and firearms earlier this year – is organizing a Nationwide boycott of everyone’s favorite coffee stop this Saturday. Read More… 

AlGore: ‘They’ Are Adding A Category Six For Climate Change-Enraged Mega ‘Canes

Former Vice President and Earth Defender Al Gore already invented the Internet. Now he’s inventing a whole new category of megastorm. Gore told The Washington Post Wednesday that “they” – whoever they are – are about to institute a sixth category to accommodate the rogue, steroidal class of apocalyptic hurricanes coming in the future. Read More… 

Zimmerman Trial Costs Public $902,000

The five-week trial of George Zimmerman that ended in his acquittal in the death of teenager Trayvon Martin cost the public $902,000, officials said. Read More… 

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