Cruz To President: Don’t Arm Our Enemies; GMO Guru Honored; Bill Would Stop DOJ From Bullying Techies; NSA Docs Reveal Obama’s Lies; Mooch Gets A School: Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 6-20-2013

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More NSA Documents Reveal Obama Lies About Domestic Spying

A new round of leaked National Security Agency documents acquired by The Guardian shine light on policies approved by  the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which allow the National Security Agency to retain and use information collected domestically in its communications surveillance. Read More… 

Cruz To Obama: Don’t Arm People Who Hate Us

Veering away from the Senate’s fickle debate over immigration Thursday, Senator Ted Cruz took to the floor of the legislative chamber to blast President Barack Obama for the White House’s decision to intervene in Syria. Read More… 

Bill To Rein In Federal Abuse Of CFAA Law Hits Congress; Named For Aaron Swartz

A bill that aims to rein in the vague and easily-misapplied Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), and hopefully curb a pattern of government bullying of online dissenters, was introduced in Congress today. Read More… 

Monsanto Exec Receives World Food Prize For Pioneering GMO Research

Robert Fraley, the Chief Technology Officer for Monsanto Corporation, has been named as one of three recipients of the World Food Prize, an honor commonly referred to as the ‘Nobel Prize’ of the agricultural world. Read More… 

LA School Board Votes To Name Elementary School For First Lady

First lady Michelle Obama has done a great deal for school children: She’s filled their plates with healthier, if less palatable, food and encouraged youngsters to get off their keisters and move around a bit. Read More… 

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