Ray ‘Stop And Frisk’ Kelly Could Replace Big Sis; Obama ‘Probably’ Won’t Overrule Congress On Amnesty; Guy Takes Biden’s Gun Advice, Gets In Trouble; House Reps Bash NSA Spying; Lindsey Graham Wants To Boycott Olympics — Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 7-17-2013

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NSA Spying Bashed By Bipartisan Group Of House Lawmakers

House Judiciary Committee lawmakers grilled top Obama Administration officials Wednesday over National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden’s revelations that the agency collects American communications data in bulk. Read More…

Obama Tells Univision Audience He ‘Probably’ Can’t Grant Amnesty Over Congress

President Barack Obama told Univision this week that he “probably” wouldn’t resort to granting amnesty on a grand scale to the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants currently living in the U.S. Read More…

Lindsey Graham Wants To Boycott Russia Winter Olympics Over Snowden

If Russia lets NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden stay in the country on a grant of political asylum, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) wants President Barack Obama to boycott next year’s winter Olympics in the resort city of Sochi. Even fellow RINO John McCain (R-Ariz.) thinks Graham’s idea is about as smart as bringing a kitten to a dog fight. Read More…

Man Takes Biden’s Advice, Fires Warning Shot From Shotgun, Gets Arrested

Jeffery Barton of Vancouver, Washington, believed that prowlers were breaking into his vehicle early Monday morning—so, he took Biden’s advice and fired a warning shot into the air with a shotgun. Read More… 

NYPD Police State Head Ray Kelly Could Be Tapped To Lead DHS

If you like the police state feel of post-9/11 New York City, you’re going to love this: President Barack Obama and Democratic New York Senator Chuck Schumer have been touting NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly as the man to take the reins at the Department of Homeland Security following news of Janet Napolitano’s leaving office. Read More… 

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