CPAC Snubs Boehner; Busting ‘Lookalike Firearms’ (A.K.A. Fingers); Supreme Court Weighs Unions Versus Right To Work; Kentucky Pol Seeks Dual Candidacy For Rand Paul; Rand Leads Tea Party Field For 2016 — Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 3-4-2014

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CPAC Organizers Make Statement With Boehner Snub

We expect to encounter any number of conservatives, libertarians, Tea Partiers and, yes, a few token RINOs invited to speak at this year’s CPAC conference, which kicks off Thursday in Maryland. But one person we know we won’t be running into is House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio). Nobody bothered asking him to come. Holding Back The Tears…

                          

‘Level 2 Lookalike Firearm’ The Latest Invention Of Reefer Madness-Style Anti-Gun Push

American educators are on the lookout for a new and growing danger to America’s schoolchildren: “Level 2 lookalike firearms.” That’s bureaucratic-educator speak for a finger. They’ve already busted at least one fifth-grader in Ohio – is anyone safe? Bang… 

 

Mises: Labor Unions And The Freedom Of Association

Mandatory union membership and mandatory dues imposed on those who do not want to join are again at issue. On the heels of contentious “right to work” disputes in several states, the Supreme Court has recently heard arguments that could challenge a 1977 precedent upholding mandatory union dues for public sector workers. Such a result would be a victory for liberty. Read More…

 

Proposed Bill Allows Paul To Run For Kentucky Senate And For U.S. President

A proposed bill before the Kentucky Legislature would allow a candidate run for multiple offices – freeing Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to run both for President and for his current seat. Expect opposition from State Democrats. Read More…

 

Tea Party Republicans Show Early 2016 Preference For Rand Paul – But Do You?

And while we’re on the subject: the U.S. presidential election may be two years away, but results of a CBS News-New York Times poll offer some insight into what Tea Party followers may want. And as it stands now, what they appear to want is Rand – but what they definitely don’t want is Christie. What about you? Take The Poll…

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