San Diego Schools Make Trayvon The Curriculum; Court Sides With Free Speech; Gun Lovers Love Starbucks; Obama Ain’t The Help; And More— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 8-9-2013

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Is Privacy Becoming A Relic Of The Past?

What if the same entities gathering information about us each time we use a cell phone or browse the web could get an even more intimate look into our lives— perhaps taking a peek into our living rooms once the gadgets have been powered down and threats to privacy are out of mind. Read More… 

San Diego Schools Set To Indoctrinate Students Against ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws, Self Reliance

The San Diego Unified School District will essentially require public school students to keep talking about the Trayvon Martin self-defense shooting this fall, following a July 30 school board vote ordering the superintendent to “initiate dialogues among middle and high school students across the district concerning the Trayvon Martin case.” Read More… 

Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction To Protect Free Speech After EFF Challenge                        

A New Jersey federal district court judge granted motions for a preliminary injunction today, blocking the enforcement of a dangerous state law that would put online service providers at risk by, among other things, creating liability based on “indirect” publication of content by speech platforms. Read More… 

Starbucks Benefits From 2nd Amendment Supporters’ ‘Appreciation Day’ Today

If you live in a State with open carry laws that don’t disgrace the U.S. Constitution, your local Starbucks could be one of the safest places you can pass the time tonight. That’s because it’s time for Starbucks Appreciation Day, an informal event in which gun owners show their support for the chain of coffee stores. Read More… 

Obama: Americans Not Trusting NSA Is Like Michelle Not Trusting I Did The Dishes

President Barack Obama held an hour-long press conference Friday, addressing reporters’ questions about a range of issues. But the main focus of the event was the ongoing controversy over the National Security Agency’s spying on American citizens. Read More…

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