Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 7-16-2014: Americans Increasingly Worried About Immigration; Liberty Groups Sue Obama Over NSA; All Guns Are The Most Dangerous Guns; Gitmo Secrets Impede Justice; Michelle Obama Race Baits In White House Photo

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News Flash: Guns In America Have Triggers, Fire Projectiles

Rolling Stone magazine recently published a highly informative photo essay titled “The 5 Most Dangerous Guns In America” which lends further credence to the notion that those who most fear firearms are also those who know the least about them. Doh!..

Americans Haven’t Been This Worried About Immigration In Years

Polling data out Wednesday indicate that President Barack Obama and Congress ought to get busy coming up with a plan to fix the immigration crisis along the U.S.’s southern border, as one in six Americans cites immigration as the most pressing issue facing the Nation. Read More… 

Guantanamo Judge’s Secret Order On Secret Motion Is So Secret Defense Lawyers Can’t See It

In the latest installment of the Guantanamo war court’s most mysterious legal filings — two motions so secret that the public can’t know their titles — an Army judge has issued a classified order to prosecutors that even the defense lawyers can’t see. Read More… 

Michelle Obama’s Hammer-Subtle Racial Photo Op

For all their acceptance among America’s pseudointellectual elite, Barack and Michelle Obama possess a gift for nuance and subtext that even the most uneducated of jerks would likely find offensive and gauche. The Picture… 

EFF, ACLU Join Idaho Mom’s Legal Challenge to NSA Surveillance

The Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF), the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho have announced they will join Anna Smith’s legal team in her challenge of the government’s bulk collection of the telephone records of millions of innocent Americans. Read More… 

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