Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 8-8-2014: Iraq Plaques Obama; Hispanic Voters In Cali Aren’t Worried About Immigration Reform; Obama Is Way Late; Friday Funnies


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Iraq’s Turmoil Continues To Plague Obama: ‘You Can’t Wish Problems Away’

President Barack Obama proudly embraces a foreign policy that, after a decade of war, includes a resistance to military action in hotspots around the globe. That reluctance was no more apparent than in Iraq, where thousands of American died in a war that became increasingly unpopular. But this week, the President who campaigned on ending the war in Iraq waded back into that troubled country with airstrikes. Read More…

Hispanic Voters Upend Democrats’ Midterm Immigration Reform Focus In Univision Poll

Maybe the Democrats’ idea of immigration “reform” is appealing, on some level, to California’s heavy population of Hispanic voters; maybe it isn’t. But one thing appears clear after viewing the results of a poll released by the Spanish-language TV network Univision: It’s nowhere near the top of their list of hot issues going into the 2014 midterm elections. Read More…

WaPo Analyzes Obama’s Tardiness

The Washington Post on Friday offered a breakdown of President Barack Obama’s problem with punctuality. According to the analysis, the President is running more than a day and a half behind. Read More…

A Roundup Of This Week’s Political Cartoons

Congress is on vacation and President Barack Obama will be soon. But the turmoil throughout the world certainly isn’t breaking for summer fun. It’s no big deal, though– it’s hard to imagine that Obama and U.S. lawmakers can do less while they’re absent from Washington than they manage to accomplish while there. Here are some top political cartoonists’ illustrations of our tumultuous Summer 2014. Friday Funnies…

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