FBI: Yes, We Use Domestic Drones…No, We Don’t Have Rules; Fed Says A Taper Is Coming; Government Txtng Gay Tweekers; AP Chief Slams The DOJ, And More: Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 6-19-2013

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FBI Director: Yes, We Use Drones Domestically… No, We Can’t Say How, When Or Why

Wackobirds, you are officially vindicated in your worries over domestic drone use: FBI Director Robert Mueller told Senate lawmakers today the agency has several drones, and hasn’t adopted strict guidelines for their use. But that’s not deterring the FBI from going forward in the use of drones for domestic surveillance operations. Read more…

Federal Reserve: Continuing ‘Accommodative’ Policy, But Change Is Coming

The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that it plans to continue its “highly accommodative” monetary policies and will begin the process of reducing stimulus and bond purchases later in the year if unemployment rates continue to decline. Read more… 

WASTRELS: Feds Trying To Text Like (Their Idea Of) Gays In $500,000 Outreach To Promiscuous Meth Heads

The National Institutes of Health is devoting $509,000 in grant funds to a program aimed at curbing sexual promiscuity and abuse of methamphetamine among homosexual addicts. How? By sending gay men who’re hooked on meth some text messages every now and then that gaily urge them to use condoms and stay away from drugs. Read more…

AP President: U.S. Department Of Justice Is ‘Judge, Jury And Executioner’ When It Comes To Secret Spying

The head of the Associated Press lit into the U.S. Department of Justice and the Obama Administration today, saying the Nation’s top law enforcement agency acted as “judge, jury and executioner” in carrying out its secret dragnet of AP phone records. Read more…

Guarantee Of Secure Border, Congressional Accountability In Return For Amnesty Defeated In Senate… With GOP Help

A Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) amendment that would have called upon lawmakers to assess border security, finish a border fence in five years and establish protections against Federal efforts to require American citizens to carry national identification cards before illegal aliens were granted amnesty was defeated in the Senate. Can you guess which GOP Senators helped kill the proposal? Find out…

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