Independence Day!; Toy Guns March On D.C.; Feds Read Americans’ Snail Mail; Overcooked Paula Deen Outrage; Cop Misses Dog, Shoots Woman—Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 7-3-2013

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Have A Happy Fourth Of July!

Personal Liberty Digest ™ will not publish a P.M. Edition for July 4, 2013. Read More…

Toy Gun March On Washington Draws 2nd Amendment Supporters

While there’s no sign that remnant supporters of the dubious, now-cancelled  July 4th armed march on Washington, D.C. are coalescing near the capitol with loaded weapons, 2nd Amendment supporters did turn out Wednesday to stage a legal demonstration – using toy guns. Read More… 

The Feds Are Spying On Your Snail Mail Too

Amid reports of the National Security Agency’s sweeping surveillance efforts centered on collecting electronic communications data, many Americans have expressed concern about their privacy on the technological front. A new report indicates that the government is spying on snail mail too. Read More… 

MSNBC Analyst: Paula Deen Should Apologize Until Media Approves

Food Network star Paula Deen has been attacked for a racial slur that she admitted to using 30 years ago. She has been rebuked by the media and lost $12.5 million in sponsorship deals. But still, MSNBC pundits believe that she should suffer further. Watch… 

Police Chief Tries To Shoot Dog; Shoots Owner Instead; Ignores Victim; Gets Sworn In

A North Carolina woman was hit by a ricocheting bullet meant for her dog, after Winston-Salem police chief in-waiting Barry Rountree got scared of the dog last week and tried to shoot it. Read More… 

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