Cruz Takes A Stand; The GOP Establishment That Would Side With Obama; Government Has Grown Too Powerful; Illegal Immigration In Flux; Our President – The International Superhero — Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 9-24-2013


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Cruz Pulls The Trigger On Obamacare Semi-Filibuster; Vows To Talk ‘Until I Am No Longer Able to Stand’ 

Per Senate rules, what Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is doing on the Senate floor right now isn’t technically a filibuster. But it’s a principled stand against something Cruz and the majority of his constituents believe is wrong. Let’s see which Senators support him over the course of the evening. Read More… 

Chris Wallace: Top Republicans Sent Opposition Research To Attack Ted Cruz In Interview

According to revelations from pundit Chris Wallace following a “Fox News Sunday” interview with Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), it appears that President Barack Obama and other healthcare reform supporters likely have a few power-player allies in the GOP. Guess Who… 

Poll: Americans Increasingly Feel Government Is Too Powerful

A new poll reveals that an unprecedented number of Americans believe that the Federal government has garnered too much power. Read More…

Illegal Immigration Into U.S. May Be Rising 

The number of immigrants in the United States illegally rose 200,000 in a year to 11.7 million after being stable during the Great Recession, a study found. Read More… 

Obama Tells U.N. That U.S. Spying, Interventionism Is Good For The Whole World 

Captain America… err President Barack Obama… explained to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday that, with the help of intrusive government surveillance and interventionism, he has made the world a safer place over the past five years. Watch The Video… 

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