Some Lawmakers Want War So Bad They Can Taste It; Donate To ‘Americans For Whatever Barack Obama Wants; Economists Prove Keynesian Devotee Wrong; Bikers Take Over D.C. For 9/11; Colorado Issuing Marijuana Sale Rulebook— Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 9-11-2013


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Ocean Of Bikers Drowns Out Muslim Protesters In Competing Rallies On Sept. 11

The quickly-organized “2 Million Bikers To D.C.” rally didn’t deliver anywhere near that many patriotic motorcycle enthusiasts to a Sept. 11 rally in the Nation’s capital city. But the event did turn out tens of thousands of bikers, who vastly outnumbered the two dozen or so supporters of the competing “Million Muslim March.” Read More…

Graham, Reid And McRino Double Down On Calls For Syrian War After Obama Speech

A day after President Barack Obama’s White House address that did not rule out the prospect of a U.S. military strike against the Syrian government, a Senate resolution to authorize action sits tabled. But that isn’t stopping a handful of lawmakers to advocate for an attack— with or without Congressional approval. Read More… 

Laugh Out Loud Funny: ‘The Americans for Whatever Barack Obama Wants, Did You Know He’s Friends with Jay-Z?’ Parody Perfectly Profiles Obamabots

The famed Chicago, Toronto and Hollywood based comedy improve group Second City has released a video that paints a riotously realistic portrait of the ill-informed President Barack Obama supporter. Watch…

Mises: Mainstream Economists Prove Krugman Wrong About Austrian Economics

It is too bad it took back-to back harmful boom-bust cycles for the economists at large to begin to again examine Austrian insights, but it does illustrate how foolish Paul Krugman is when he argues Austrians have nothing to bring to the table. Read More… 

Colorado Releases Marijuana Sales Rule Book

Colorado has codified final rules for recreational marijuana businesses in a 136-page report, in anticipation of its legalization of marijuana in January. Read More…

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