Libertarian Activist Under Investigation For Loading Gun; Less Than Half Of Americans Working; Cops Took Over Nevada Homes; EU Investigating NSA; Dubya To Back Immigration Reform— Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 7-5-2013

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Libertarian Activist Under Investigation For Loading Shotgun In Washington

Libertarian activist and radio host Adam Kokesh released a video showing himself loading a shotgun in the middle of Freedom Plaza in Washington on Thursday with the Capitol building clearly shown behind him. Read More…

Fewer Than Half Of Americans Have Full Time Jobs

Only 47 percent of employment-age American are working at full-time jobs. The rest? They’re all either working part time, or they’re not working at all. Read More…

King George’s Cops Take Over Nevada Homes For Investigation

A lawsuit filed in Nevada alleges that cops violated residents’ 3rd Amendment rights by demanding they be allowed to occupy two homes in order to conduct an investigation involving a neighbor’s residence. Read More…

EU To Investigate NSA Surveillance Claims

The European Union has called for an investigation into alleged spying by the United States on its European allies. Read More…

George W. Bush Set To Back Immigration Reform

As the House of Representatives prepares an alternative to the omnibus immigration reform billed that cleared the Senate last week, former President George W. Bush will push next week in favor of immigration reform in a speech and panel discussion to be held at his new Presidential library in Dallas. Read More…

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