Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 7-23-2014: Obama’s Expansion Of The Terror Watchlist; Lerner’s Emails May Still Exist, IRS Official Says; Americans Feeling Very Divided; Rand Paul’s Hybrid Political Persona; A Plan To Reform The Fed In Steps

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No Facts Or Evidence Needed For Obama To Deem You A Terrorist

An expansion of the Federal government’s terrorist watchlist system under the Obama Administration allows for American citizens and foreigners to be blacklisted as possible terrorists with “neither ‘concrete facts’ nor ‘irrefutable evidence.’” Read More… 

Another Day, Another IRS Revelation: Backups From The Lois Lerner Era Do Exist, Commissioner Admits

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, in front of Congressional investigators for the third time in the last month, admitted today that the agency does possess backup drives that may contain the elusive data that allegedly went missing when former Exempt Organizations administrator Lois Lerner’s computer hard drive crashed. Read More… 

Americans Feel Increasingly Divided, Fault Obama And Congressional GOP

American voters strongly believe that the Nation is more divided than it was just four years ago, according to the results of a recent poll. The Numbers… 

Rand Paul Makes Appeal To Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal Voters: ‘A Plurality Of People Are No Longer Republican Or Democrat’

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.), looking very much like a man testing liberals’ tolerance for a Republican presidential candidate with hybrid social and fiscal values, made the case for a more “live and let live” Republican platform last week in Silicon Valley, where he spoke at the tech-centric LincolnLabs Reboot Conference. Video… 

Mises Scholar Explains How To Start Reforming The Federal Reserve

Republicans are not in a position to legislate radical monetary reform. But this Mises scholar believes that conservative lawmakers could begin setting the wheels of reform in motion. Here’s How… 

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