Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 4-11-2014: Sebelius Out; Iran Indignant; Fighting The Internet Tax; Arming Airline Pilots; Friday Funnies


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Sebelius Resigns From HHS As Intensely Anti-Obamacare Election Season Heats Up

Saying goodbye to so much election-year political dross, the Obama Administration accepted the resignation late Thursday of Kathleen Sebelius, the maligned director of Health and Human Services who ushered in the era of Obamacare. Read More… 

Iranian Reaction Pretty Much Validates Why The Senate Voted To Keep An Iranian Terrorist Off U.S. Soil

As though Congress’ bipartisan approval this week of an anti-terrorist bill — a bill that bars a 1979 Iranian hostage-taker from serving at the U.N. — needed further validation, Iran’s foreign minister made sure to drive the point home Thursday, calling the U.S. Congress a bunch of “radicals.” Read More…   

Diverse Coalition Petitions Congress To Permanently Ban Internet Access Taxes

Twenty-nine organizations are banding together to stop a tax for hopping on the information superhighway. A moratorium on Internet access taxes first enacted in 1998 is set to expire on Nov. 1. That moratorium also included a ban on multiple and discriminatory taxes on e-commerce. Watchdog… 

Rand Paul: ‘I Want All Pilots To Be Armed’

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) says that he would like to see “100 percent” of pilots armed in order to prevent another terrorist attack like 9/11. Read More…

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

Have you done your taxes yet? If not, you’d better hurry. April 15 is just days away, and you’d better believe President Barack Obama’s Internal Revenue Service will come after your tax dollars. After all, the Federal government has Obamacare to run. And now that Kathleen Sebelius is “resigning,” Obama has to hire a new employee. And if he hires a man, he’ll have to come up with an extra 33 cents for every $1 Sebelius was making. So it’s time for you to cough it up. Friday Funnies…

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