Repeal Bill Of Rights; Concealed Carry In Illinois; Florida Cops Prepare For Trayvon Riots; Full Afghan Pullout Could Be Coming; GOP Decries Piecemeal Obamacare Delays— Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 7-9-2013

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Watch: California Beachgoers Sign ‘Repeal Bill Of Rights’ Petition To Support Obama

We don’t need that old fashioned Bill of Rights anymore. Would you support President Barack Obama in repealing the Bill of Rights? Read More…

Illinois Now A Concealed Carry State As Legislature Overrides Governor’s Veto

The Illinois House of Representatives has blocked Democratic Governor Pat Quinn’s attempt at effectively vetoing a bill providing for the issuing of concealed carry permits, making the State the last in the U.S. to allow its residents to concealed carry a loaded firearm. Read More… 

Law Enforcement Agencies In Florida Prepare For Possible Violence After Zimmerman Verdict

In anticipation of a forthcoming verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, officials with the Broward County Sherriff’s Department and the Sanford Police Department in Florida are working to avert possible violence stemming from racially-charged tension. Read More…

Report: Obama Considering Speeding Up Afghan Pullout

President Barack Obama, in tough talks with Hamid Karzai, may speed up U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and leave none behind. Read More…

House Attacks White House Over Delaying Obamacare For Businesses – But Not People

GOP leaders in the House of Representatives are calling on President Barack Obama to grant the American people the same one-year reprieve from mandatory state-managed health care that the White House recently announced it would be granting to businesses. Read More… 

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