SWAT Versus Cute Baby Deer; Feds Try Raiding Family Who Googled Wrong; U.S. Government Badgers Twitter For Private Data; Forcing Businesses Into Obamacare; Cruz To Conservatives: Stand And Fight— Personal Liberty Digest ™ P.M. Edition 8-1-2013


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SWAT Cops In Wisconsin Protect Public From Deadly… Fawn

Nine brave Department of Natural Resource agents and four valiant sheriff’s deputies in Wisconsin descended upon a no-kill animal shelter in the State two weeks ago, armed to the teeth and in search of a dangerous fugitive: A young spotted fawn that had been abandoned by its mother. Read More… 

Family Innocently Googles ‘Pressure Cooker’ And ‘Backpack’ – Cops Show Up

A Long Island writer needed a new pressure cooker and wanted to compare brands. Internet, right? Her husband, meanwhile, wanted a new backpack and decided to do a little online shopping. The couple’s 20 year-old son, meanwhile, had avidly kept up with the news coverage of the Boston Marathon terror attack. He’s a news junkie; a child of the Digital Age, so he got his news from the internet. Read More… 

Twitter: U.S. Government Requests More Personal User Information Than Any Other Nation

The micro-blogging website Twitter released a report Wednesday indicating that government requests for private information about users of the site have increased by 40 percent for the first six months of 2013, compared to the last half of 2012. Read More…

Cruz Calls On Conservatives To Stand On Principle – Even If They Go Down Swinging

There’s a lot of news going on today, so pointing everyone to a lengthy, reflective interview in which a freshman Senator looks back on his first seven months in office might seem counterintuitive. But it’s no fool’s errand. Read More…

Grayson: Democrats Can’t Allow Small Business To Avoid Obamacare Mandates

Representative Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) said recently that he will soon introduce legislation which would bar small businesses from opting to hire part-time employees instead of full-time employees in order to avoid extra costs they would incur by reaching staffing thresholds that would force compliance with costly Obamacare mandates. Read More… 

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