Obama Bringing Power To Africa; Cali Sheriff Shuts Down Feds; FEMA/Russia Joint Operations; Free 30 Round Mags In Anti-Gun Colorado; Feminist Advocates Sex Strike In Texas— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 7-1-2013

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Obama’s $7 Billion “Power Africa” Energy Scheme

President Barack Obama revealed a plan to bring electricity to sub-Saharan Africa on a massive scale Sunday, pledging $7 billion in Federal funds to a new program he said will bring “light where there is currently darkness.” Read More… 

California Sheriff Strips Feds Of Enforcement Authority Over 2nd Amendment Rights

The Sheriff of El Dorado County, Calif., has revoked the authority of U.S. Forest Service officers to enforce State law within his countywide jurisdiction, after receiving numerous complaints from campers that Federal officers have stopped and questioned them about whether they were carrying guns. Read More…

Russian Officials, FEMA Could Begin Working More Closely

Last week, officials with the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry and some top dogs with the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency got together to make plans to “exchange experts.” Now, Russian assets could possibly start showing up to provide and observe “security at mass events” in the U.S. Read More… 

Sticking It To The Man: Gun Maker Gives Away Free 30 Round Mags Ahead Of Colorado Ban

Before a number of highly restrictive gun laws take effect in Colorado, gun rights advocates in the State organized a Farewell to Arms festival last weekend in protest of the measures. Read More…

Monday Afternoon Laugh: HuffPo Contributor Calls For Sex Strike Until Texas Pols Liberate Abortion

Is there any better way to marginalize women’s role in society than asserting that the only power they have to enact change is in their pants? Read More… 

 

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