EU Wants Cars To Control Speeding Drivers; Kerry’s Split Personality On Syria; Soldiers See No Benefit In New War; Government ‘Help’ Only Harms The Free Market; Ron Paul On Our Demure Congress And The Imperial President – Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 9-3-2013


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U.S. Armed Service Members Speak Out Against War With Syria

A number of U.S. services members are speaking out against possible U.S. involvement in Syria on Twitter and other social media websites. See What They’re Saying… 

EU Plan Would Set 70 MPH Speed Limiters In All European Cars

A proposal before the Mobility and Transport Department of the European Commission would require all new cars sold in the European Union to be fitted with speed limiting devices that would restrain vehicles from traveling at more than 70 miles per hour. Read More… 

John Kerry Puts His Flip Flops On, Can’t Decide Whether U.S. Needs Boots On The Ground In Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry told a Senate committee Tuesday that the Administration of President Barack Obama does not want the use of ground troops ruled out in a Congressional resolution on Syria. Minutes later, the Nation’s top diplomat reversed. Watch… 

Ron Paul: Will Congress Endorse Obama’s War Plans? Does it Matter?

President Obama announced this weekend that he has decided to use military force against Syria and would seek authorization from Congress when it returned from its August break. Every Member ought to vote against this reckless and immoral use of the US military, according to Ron Paul. Read More… 

Mises Institute Explains How The State Destroys Social Cooperation

Many of our present economic difficulties, while blamed by politicians on freedom and markets, are in fact the long-run effects of government policies emphasizing short-run, visible benefits that mask hidden or delayed costs. Mises Explains… 

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