President Begrudges His Constitutional Role; Judge Wilts As Montana Man Defends His Natural Rights; NSA Spying Stresses Our Economy; Can Karzai Save Us?; Poll: Americans Can’t Trust Obama— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 11-25-2013

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Obama Wishes He Could Bypass Congress On Immigration (And Budgets, And Gun Control, And Everything Else)

President Barack Obama may be out on the rubber-chicken circuit to convince America he won’t attempt an end run around Congress to accomplish his agenda through executive fiat, but it’s visibly evident that’s a painful promise for him to make. Full Story… 

NSA Mass Surveillance Puts Major Stress On U.S. Economy

The Electronic Frontier Foundation explains how privacy may not be the only casualty of the National Security Agency’s massive surveillance program. Major sectors of the U.S. economy are reporting financial damage as the recent revelations shake consumer confidence and U.S. trade partners distance themselves from companies that may have been compromised by the NSA or, worse, are secretly collaborating with the spy agency. Full Story… 

Most Americans Say Obama Can’t Manage Government Effectively

Only four in 10 Americans said they think President Obama can manage the federal government effectively, a CNN poll released Monday indicated. Fifty-three percent of Americans also said they do not believe Obama is honest and trustworthy, the first time that a clear majority in CNN polling expressed that view. Full Story…

Ron Paul Straight Talk: Can Karzai Save Us?

After a year of talks over the post-2014 US military presence in Afghanistan, the U.S. Administration announced last week that a new agreement had finally been reached. Under the deal worked out with Afghan President Hamid Karzai, the U.S. would keep thousands of troops on nine military bases for at least the next ten years. Ron Paul Explains… 

Is This The Way To Fight Back?: Man Charged With Fishing Without License Accuses Court, System Of Violating Natural Law, Judge Walks Out

Charged with fishing without a license, 52-year-old Ernie Tertelgte told the judge “I am a living man protected by natural law and I have the right to forage for food when I am hungry… You are trying to create a fictitious, fraudulent action.” Watch… 

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