Obama Says Love Government; NSA Whistleblower Calls For New Revolution; Check Out The Sharia Search Engine; Dog Killing Cops On Desk Duty After Threats; Perry Will Not Seek Governor’s Office Again: Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 7-8-2013

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Obama: The Government Is Us, And We’re Doing Things Right

President Barack Obama wants Americans to focus less on government failings and more on where it makes things better. The government is us, according to the President, and we’re doing things right. Read More… 

Former NSA Employee, Whistleblower Thomas Drake: Time For A New American Revolution

During a Restore the Fourth rally in Washington D.C. last week, former National Security Agency employee-turned-whistleblower Thomas Drake called on Americans to revolt against government surveillance and information control. Read More…

Halalgoogling: A Sharia Law Search Engine

This week, Halalgoogling, a search engine that fetches results from others like Google and Bing and filters content according to Islamic law was launched. Read More… 

Rick Perry Won’t Seek Fourth Term As Texas Governor

Texas Governor Rick Perry, who sought the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, announced Monday he won’t seek re-election to a fourth term in 2014. Could he be eyeing 2016? Read More…

UPDATE: California Cops Who Shot Dog Pulled From Street Duty

Three Hawthorne, Calif. police officers have been taken off patrol duty after the department received a deluge of threats from outraged Americans who watched a video of at least one officer shoot and kill a Rottweiler belonging to a man whom they were arresting – for videotaping them – last week. Read More… 

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