No Love For Amnesty; A Welfare By Any Other Name; Snowden’s Dad’s Open Letter; Obamacare’s Student Loan End Run; Latino Voters Say ‘No Mas’ To Rubio— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 7-2-2013

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NSA Whistle-Blower’s Father In Open Letter To Son: ‘You Are A Modern Day Paul Revere Summoning The American People To Confront The Growing Danger Of Tyranny

National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden has summoned Americans to “confront the growing danger of tyranny,” according to an open letter published by his father Lonnie Snowden and Attorney Bruce Fein. Read More…

Newspeak: Pennsylvania Lawmakers Working To Rename Welfare Department To Reduce Stigma

Lawmakers in Pennsylvania are working to reform welfare in the State, albeit, probably not in the way you might expect.  House lawmakers in the State approved a bill Monday that would change the name of Pennsylvania’s Department of Public Welfare to the Department of Human Services in a bid to eliminate the stigma associated with being on the dole. Read More…

Obama’s Agenda-Pushers Having Trouble Finding Amnesty Supporters

Organizing for action, a nonprofit set up to push President Barack Obama’s agenda, has put forth considerable effort in organizing rallies aimed at convincing lawmakers to get on board with amnesty-heavy immigration reform initiatives. Despite its massive 13 million-member email list, however, the organization seems to be having a tough time rallying supporters for amnesty. Read More…

Borrowing From The Borrowers To Fund Obamacare

As Congress fights over whether to permanently raise interest rates on Federal student loans, or to keep them level or peg them to financial markets, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has released a report that indicates the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will appropriate billions of dollars in student loan interest to subsidize the state-managed health insurance program. Read More…

Rubio’s Immigration Push Not Winning The Hearts Of Hispanic Voters

Even though Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has bent over backwards – or at least 180 degrees – to help craft an immigration reform package amenable to millions of non-citizens residing in the U.S. as illegal aliens, it hasn’t helped his standing in the eyes of Latino voters. Read More…


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