GOP Tries To Help Obama Keep Insurance Promise; Former NSA Codebreaker Recounts Abuse After Whistle-Blow Attempt; Vets Honored With First Class Treatment On Flight Home; SCOTUS Hears Government Meeting Prayer Case; And Meet The Obama Supporters Getting Screwed By Obamacare— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 11-06-2013

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House GOP Attempts To Help Obama Honor His ‘Keep Your Healthcare’ Promise

On Wednesday, House Republicans moved to forcefully give President Barack Obama a chance to make good on his infamous promise that Americans happy with their current healthcare coverage could retain that coverage under Obamacare. Here’s How… 

Former NSA Codebreaker: No One Listened When I Tried To Blow The NSA Whistle Year Ago

William Binney, a codebreaking specialist whom the National Security Agency enlisted to help decipher electronic data to foil post-Sept. 11 terror plots, recently told CBS Baltimore his attempt several years ago to protest the agency’s abuse of its growing tech powers led only to personal heartache as the government pushed back against his vocal concern. Read More… 

Vets Flying Home From Afghanistan Get First Class Treatment Thanks To Passenger Volunteers

A group of 13 U.S. Marines on the last leg of their long flight home from a tour of duty in Afghanistan got an unexpected and impromptu tip of the hat Monday from fellow citizens. Read More… 

Supreme Court Hears Argument On Prayer At Government Meetings

The U.S. Supreme Court heard argument Wednesday on the Constitutionality of opening government meetings with prayer, but the justices seemed unsure how to rule. Read More… 

ProPublica Tells The Story Of Loyal Obama Supporters, Canceled by Obamacare

ProPublica details the story of ardent supporters of President Barack Obama who donated to the liberal group Organizing for America and worked for the President’s re-election campaign— now they’re fighting to keep their healthcare coverage. Read More… 

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