Obama’s Climate Change Blitzkrieg Looms; What A Worthless Apology; First Metal 3-D Printed Gun Produced; Obamacare Puts High Risk Patients At Higher Risk; The Drones Are Coming; And Friday Funnies— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 11-8-2013


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Climate Change Blitzkrieg Coming As Obama’s Other Policy Initiatives Fall Apart

As the Obama Administration comes to terms with its failings in implementing stricter gun control, reaching economic agreements with Republicans, passing broad immigration reform and successfully rolling out Obamacare, some watchers suggest that an executive order blitzkrieg on climate change may be President Barack Obama’s last ditch effort to produce a legacy in his second term. Read More… 

Show, Don’t Tell: Obama Uses Words, Not Action, To Say He’s Sorry For Obamacare

If President Barack Obama were “sorry” for lying to everybody about his healthcare law’s destructive effect on existing insurance policies – the policies he pledged everyone could keep if they liked – he wouldn’t be getting on TV with Chuck Todd to say “I am sorry that they, you know, are finding themselves in this situation, based on assurances they got from me.” Actions, Not Words…

Texas Company Generates Gun With 3-D Printer

A specialty manufacturing company in Texas said it made the first metal gun using a 3-D printer. Solid Concepts said on its website it fired more than 50 rounds from the handgun, hitting a few bull’s eyes at more than 30 yards. Watch… 

FAA Looks At Unmanned Aerial Systems In National Airspace

The Federal Aviation Administration has released a road map for extensive integration of unmanned aerial systems into U.S. airspace. Read More… 

Friday Fun: A Roundup Of This Weeks’s Political Cartoons

Over and over and over again, President Barack Obama vowed: “If you like your insurance, you will keep it.” This week, he was forced to eat those words. Cartoonists React…

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