Shutdown Roundup; Pain For Shutdown, Dysfunction For Obamacare; ManBearPig’s Century Warning; Congressmen Donate Salaries; Harry Reid’s Job Is To ‘Support The Federal Government’— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 10-1-2013


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Shutdown Roundup – Day One

All the money and effort that went into the creation of propagandist signs informing visitors to the Statue of Liberty, Grand Canyon, D.C. monuments and other Federal properties that the government shutdown has crippled the U.S. Parks Service thankfully won’t go to waste. Read More… 

Government Shuts Down Websites People Need, As Obamacare Sites — Not Shut Down — Simply Don’t Work

Several Federal agencies were advised by the White House to either shut websites down completely or display static homepages with disclaimers that information would not be updated. See What’s Offline… 

Harry Reid Makes It Abundantly Clear For Americans: ‘We Support The Federal Government. That’s Our Job. That’s What We Do.’

“We support the federal government. That’s our job. That’s what we do,” Reid said in a speech encouraging Republicans to bow to Democrat demands. Watch… 

Some Congressional Members Donate Salaries During Shutdown

Two members of the U.S. Congress said they would donate their salaries to charities during the government shutdown that began Tuesday. Read More… 

ManBearPig: ‘Democracy’s Been Hacked;’ We Must Act Now For Civilization To Survive The Next 100 Years

Al Gore talks to a sympathetic interviewer about the prospect of civilization shutting itself down within the next century under the crippling weight of manmade global warming. Watch…

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