Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 7-2-2014: Dems All In For Executive Action On Immigration; Colorado Gun Case Far From Finished; Weighing The Will To Impeach; White House Stumbles On Pay Gap (Again); Government Watchdog Gives NSA The Thumbs Up

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Democrats Urge Obama To Forget Balance Of Power On Immigration

Immigration advocates are urging President Barack Obama to go all out in using the power of the executive to change the Nation’s immigration policy.Shocker…

Pro-2nd Amendment Plaintiffs Who Lost Colorado Gun Control Case To Appeal Judge’s Decision

Last Friday, we reported on Judge Marcia Krieger’s upholding of Colorado’s controversial gun control laws. But one of the sheriffs committed to the case says an appeal of that decision is in the offing. Read More…

Time To Impeach Obama?

For political reasons in this election season, probably not. But for conservatives who need more than two hands to keep count of the President’s Constitutional infringements, it’s not for lack of cause. Read More…

Obama White House Can’t Even Make Its Own Policy Initiatives Work In House

Trying to explain why the Obama Administration talks endlessly about gender pay gaps when it pays its female employees only 88 cents per dollar that males make, White House spokesman Josh Earnest informed a reporter that it’s tough to build a liberal utopia. Video…

Spy Watchdog Sees Little Wrong With NSA’s Surveillance Of Noncitizens Abroad

A national security watchdog panel on Wednesday approved a soft-hitting report on one of the National Security Agency’s data collection programs, saying it is legal and provoking critics who say the program actually sweeps up Americans’ data through a “backdoor loophole.” Watching The Watchers…

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