Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 7-18-2014: Cleveland Law Would Ration Guns; Members Of Congress Criticizes Putin Ukraine Intervention; Millennials Likely To Live With Parents; Political Cartoons

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Gun Rationing In Cleveland? Yes, If The Mayor Gets His Way

The headline says it: Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson is proposing an “emergency” ordinance to limit gun purchases to one every 90 days and report all person-to-person transfers or sales of firearms to the police. Criminals rejoice! Read More… 

Members Of Congress Call For Putin To Halt Intervention In Ukraine

Temporarily setting aside the usual partisan sniping, lawmakers in Congress turned their sights Friday on Russian President Vladimir Putin, calling on Moscow to end the separatist conflict in the aftermath of the Malaysian jetliner disaster. Read More… 

More Millennials Are Living With Their Parents

More Americans than ever live in multigenerational households, and the number of millennials who live with their parents is rising sharply, according to the Pew Research Center. Read More… 

A Roundup Of This Week’s Political Cartoons

The week got off to a heated start, since Attorney General Eric Holder fanned the flames of racial discord in an interview on a Sunday news show. But tempers seemed to cool by today — perhaps because a “polar vortex” brought cooler temperatures nationwide, thus leaving us all a little less hot under the collar. Read More…

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