Obama Says He’s Not A Socialist; Obamacare Website A Danger To Users; Rand Paul Thinks You’d Vote For Him In 2016; Philly Goes Nuts On Speeders; And Suit Against NSA Has Bevy Of Support— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 11-19-2013


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Obama Assures Business Leaders: I Am Not A Socialist

Speaking at The Wall Street Journal’s 2013 CEO Council, President Barack Obama said that “rhetoric” and political “tactics” are to blame for the Federal government’s gridlock. The President also assured the gathering of business leaders that, contrary to popular belief, he is not a socialist. Read More… 

Experts: Obamacare Website Unsafe, Incomplete

A security expert testifying before a House Science, Space, and Technology committee hearing on security concerns surrounding the Obamacare website said that the President’s online insurance exchange is not only full of security risks, but that it has also likely already been compromised by hackers. Read More…

Would You Prefer Rand Paul As President To Chris Christie? Paul Thinks So

Appearing on Special Report with Bret Baier, Senator Rand Paul said that, despite being a member of Congress since the 2010 midterm elections, he is enough of a Washington “outsider” to win the hearts of voters fed up with government’s failures in 2016. What Do You Think? 

Hammer In Search Of Nail: If Everyone’s Speeding, Don’t Raise The Speed Limit – Make Them Stop Instead

Philadelphia has spent $11,050 to embed speed sensors in the roadway on a stretch of Kelly Drive that trigger a traffic signal to switch from green to red – if the sensor detects a car that’s speeding. Read More… 

Electronic Frontier Foundation: Senators, Writers, Reporters, Defense Attorneys And Surveillance Experts Back Suit Against The NSA

EFF’s case challenging the government’s mass telephone records collection program, First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles v. NSA, has received some new firepower in the form of five amicus briefs, including one from U.S. senators charged with overseeing the NSA’s activities. Read More… 

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