Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 7-15-2014: Harry Reid ‘Defends’ Border Security; The Honest Politician; Obama Reverts To Enjoying Photo Ops; Three-Mile Buffer For Illegal Immigration Protesters; The Fed Who Fired His Gun


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Harry Reid: The Border Is Secure

As thousands of people continue to illegally immigrate into the U.S. from the south, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said Tuesday that he believes the border is secure. Read More… 

Meet Phillip Mimouf-Wifarts, An Honest Politician

Gil Fulbright, a satirical candidate in the Kentucky race between Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and his Democratic challenger Alison Lundergan Grimes, is giving Americans a rare glimpse at an honest politician. Fake Ads That Tell The Truth… 

New WH Press Secretary Asked Whether Obama Is Enjoying His ‘Photo Ops’ This Week

New White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest got a taste of what it’s like to be Jay Carney at today’s White House briefing, when Fox News senior White House and Foreign Affairs correspondent Wendell Goler asked him whether President Obama is enjoying his latest round of staged photo ops. Watch…

Mexico Names ‘Czar’ To Handle Issue Of Central American Migrants; Three Mile Buffer Between U.S. Protesters

With pressure mounting from the U.S. government, Mexico on Tuesday appointed a czar to take charge of largely unimpeded migration from Central America. Meanwhile, U.S. demonstrators on both sides of the issue were ‘being kept’ three miles apart from one another in a Tucson-area town. Read More… 

Federal Agent Who Fired Gun During Pro-Israel Rally Is Placed On Leave

A Federal Protective Service agent is on administrative leave after firing his gun when a truck full of men who allegedly assaulted pro-Israel protesters Sunday in Westwood, Calif. tried to get away, an agency official said. Read More…

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