Myths Of Mandela; Government Spies Infiltrated Online Gamers; President Paul 2016?; Duck Dynasty Star And Hollywood Spiritual Warfare; Hobby Lobby Lawsuit Is About Rights, Not Birth Control—Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 12-9-2013

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Nelson Mandela, The Che Guevara Of Africa

Former South African President Nelson Mandela died last week at age 95. As a historic corrective, here are excerpts from “The Che Guevara Of Africa,” a chapter in Ilana Mercer’s book, Into the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South Africa, devoted to correcting the myths about the man. Read More…

Documents Indicate U.S., British Spymasters Infiltrated Online Gaming

U.S. and British spies collected real data on millions of players from the online fantasy worlds of “Worlds of Warcraft” and “Second Light,” documents revealed. Full Story… 

President Paul? Maybe, Maybe Not

Will he or won’t he? If his wife gets her way, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) will not make a run for the Presidency in 2016. Read More… 

‘Spiritual Warfare’: Throwback Video Of Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson Explaining Editors’ Attempts To Remove ‘Jesus’ To Avoid Offending Muslims, Insert Fake Profanity In Show

A Sports Spectrum magazine interview with members of the Robertson family of the hit television show Duck Dynasty from April has resurfaced to make the Internet rounds. The interview, while dated, is worth watching for the insight Phil and Willie Robertson provide about the entertainment industry’s habit of going out if its way to mute Christian messages while attempting to avoid offending Muslims. Watch… 

Ron Paul Straight Talk: Hobby Lobby Case Concerns Rights, Not Contraception

One of the most important cases the U.S. Supreme Court will consider this term is Hobby Lobby’s lawsuit challenging the Obamacare mandate that employer-provided health care plans must cover abortion and contraceptives. Ron Paul Explains… 

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