Obama’s ‘Administrative Fix’ Is No Fix At All; Yellen… Bernanke 2.0; House GOP Lawmakers Want Holder Impeached; Obamacare Approval Plummets; And More— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 11-14-2013


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Obama’s ‘Administrative Fix’ Speech: There’s No One Left To Shaft

Just about the only people or groups who by now haven’t been directly shafted by Obamacare, along with Obama’s new “administrative fix,” are those who’ve become eligible for Medicaid and, perhaps, supporters of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential ambitions. Read More… 

Yellen Confirmation Hearing: New Boss Looks Like Old Boss

While President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act mea culpa stole most of Thursday’s headline space, his nominee for chairman of the Federal Reserve took to Capitol Hill for her Senate confirmation hearings. Federal Reserve vice Chairwoman Janet Yellen spent much of the day defending the central bank’s easy money policies and suggesting that no big changes in monetary policy would occur if her nomination is approved. Read More… 

House Lawmakers Want Eric Holder Impeached

A group of 20 House Republicans signed a proposal Thursday calling for the impeachment of Attorney General Eric Holder for “high crimes and misdemeanors” and “offenses of the Constitution.” Read More… 

Electronic Frontier Foundation: DRM In Cars Will Drive Consumers Crazy

Instead of selling consumers a complete car that they can use, repair, and upgrade as they see fit, Renault has opted to lock purchasers into a rental contract with a battery manufacturer and enforce that contract with digital rights management (DRM) restrictions that can remotely prevent the battery from charging at all. Read More… 

Americans’ Approval Of Affordable Care Act Declines

Approval of the healthcare law worsened in recent weeks, with 40 percent of Americans saying they approve and 55 percent saying they disapprove. Read More…

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