Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 4-22-2014: State Department Can’t Name A Hillary Achievement; Progressive Desert Party Aims To Insult Bundy; Climate Change Not A Popular Priority; Supreme Court Strikes A Blow To Affirmative Action; Government Regulates Roads To Death; Redesign This Idiotic Anti-Gun Ad

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‘BundyFest’ Shows Progressives Flipping Their Own Anti-Oppression Script To Insult Cliven Bundy

Burning Man has to pay a permit fee to use the land, and rancher Cliven Bundy’s refusal to pay the Federal government a usage fee to graze his cattle on Federally-administered lands in Nevada just doesn’t sit well with one liberal activist. I have to pay, so you should too, etc. His Plan… 

State Department Can’t Name Hillary’s Accomplishments, Either

Two weeks ago, Hillary Clinton stammered out a non-response to a question about what she’d accomplished as Secretary of State that reads like lawyer’s poetry. Today, an AP reporter tried a similar question on State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki. Another Non-Response… 

Supreme Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban, Liberals Flip Out

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday in favor of a voter-approved Michigan law banning affirmative action in college admissions, overturning a lower court decision that invalidated the ban. Pelosi, Sharpton Respond… 

Redesign This Idiotic Anti-Gun Ad

Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s newest anti-gun initiative Everytown For Gun Safety was recently parodied in a public service announcement that was designed to look like it was created by a person with very little understanding of how firearms operate. Fix It… 

On Earth Day: One In Four Americans Aren’t Very Concerned About Climate Change

As Democrats spent today screaming about climate change and President Barack Obama and top Administration officials burned massive amounts of jet fuel heading to speeches about the issue, a newly-updated poll illustrates that many Americans just aren’t that concerned about manmade global warming. Happy Earth Day… 

Mises: With Government Roads, The Customer Is Always Wrong

The popular phrase “the customer is always right” applies quite well to the business world, but when it comes to the roadways, the customer, i.e., the average citizen, is typically wrong in the eyes of law enforcement and legislators. Read More… 

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