Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 4-23-2014: The Worst Cop-Shoots-Dog Story We Know Of; The Federal Land Debate Heats Up; Another Shameless Attack On Black Conservatives From The Left; Keystone Support Highest Ever; Suggestions For Government Surveillance Oversight

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Texas Man Has To Put His Dog Down With Bare Hands After Deputy Shoots, Injures – But Refuses To Kill

An East Texas man had to end his dog’s life after an allegedly unprovoked deputy reportedly shot and gravely injured – but then refused to kill – the animal. The deputy knew the man’s firearms had just been stolen – that’s why the cops were there, after all – so he likely also knew that his actions effectively sentenced this unarmed man to do something truly abhorrent just to end his pet’s suffering. Read More…

Debate Over Federal Land Heats Up In West

Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy may have brought the fight to the forefront, but western States’ public officials for some time have battled to get control of Federal lands back in the hands of the States. Read More…

Another Low Attack On Black Conservatives From The Left

Taking the left’s attacks on black conservatives to a new low, Illinois Democratic Governor Pat Quinn urged supporters to read a shockingly stupid article comparing black Republican voters to Jews who collaborated with Nazis. Read More…

More Americans Support Keystone XL than Ever Before

As the Obama Administration continues to delay a decision about whether the Keystone XL pipeline will be approved, support for the pipeline is higher than ever before among likely U.S. voters. Read More…

EFF’s Suggestions For Government Surveillance Oversight

The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s suggestions for the government to fix spying that is unConstitutional, not supported by the language of the law used to justify it, and which violates international law. Read More…

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