Snowden Supporters May Be Terror Suspects; Black Senator ‘Free At Last’ From Dems; NSA Spying FAQs; Dems Love, Hate Hillary 2016; And More — Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 8-6-2013

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Former NSA Chief: If You Get Upset When The Government Gets Snowden, You Might Be A Terrorist

If you support National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden and believe that his actions were well-intentioned and benefit the public good, your government views you as a potential terrorist who may be as dangerous as an al-Qaida operative. Read More… 

Black Louisiana Senator Wants Black Americans ‘Free At Last’ From Democratic Party

Senator Elbert Lee Guillory, a black State lawmaker in Louisiana, announced a change in Party affiliation in June, from Democrat to Republican, evoking the late Martin Luther King Jr. in saying that he was “free at last” from the Party that has destroyed black America with liberalism. Read More… 

FAQ: What You Need to Know About the NSA’s Surveillance Programs

There have been a lot of news stories about NSA surveillance programs following the leaks of secret documents by Edward Snowden. But it seems the more we read, the less clear things are. ProPublica has put together a detailed snapshot of what’s known and what’s been reported where. Read More… 

Democrats Love, Hate Hillary 2016

Media buzz, combined with her own actions in recent months, has made the prospect of a Hillary Clinton Presidential bid in 2016 seem likely. But according to the results of a recent Rasmussen poll, Democratic voters appear to have a love/hate relationship with the former Secretary of State. Read More… 

Father Of Man Shot In Marathon Investigation Seeks Answers

The father of a Chechen man shot by the FBI during the Boston Marathon bombing investigation has traveled to Florida hoping for answers, officials said. Read More… 

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