Taking On The Spy Dragnet In Court, Obamacare Propaganda Reimagined, Conservatives Slam ‘Shameful’ Budget Deal; NSA Can Track And Hack You; Uninsured Americans Sour On Obamacare—Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 12-11-2013

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Rand Paul, Other Conservative Lawmakers Decry ‘Shameful’ Budget Deal

Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and a handful of other conservative lawmakers have expressed disappointment in the bipartisan proposal that Representative Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) released Tuesday. Full Story… 

Snowden Trove: NSA Uses Browser Advertising Cookies To Track, Hack Targets

Another day, another not-at-all shocking revelation about the NSA’s spy dragnet from the trove of classified information Edward Snowden supplied to The Washington Post and The Guardian. Full Story… 

Obamacare Propaganda Re-Imagined: The Real Life Of Julia

An effort by the White House last year to push Obamacare on young women with the release of “The Life of Julia,” a series of infographics detailing how government might help one woman along from the age of 3 to 67, has been re-imagined in one blog’s effort to provide a more realistic take on life with Obamacare. Meet Julia…

Hill Staff Members Warned Not To Rely On Obamacare D.C. Portal

Capitol Hill staff members who signed up through the Washington healthcare exchange are being told to confirm their enrollments in person. Full Story… 

Half Of Uninsured Americans Now Think Obamacare Was A ‘Bad Idea’

It’s increasingly apparent that Obamacare is failing to lure the very demographic that its advocates have long pledged the health care law will most benefit: people without health insurance. The Numbers… 

Electronic Frontier Foundation Issues Legal Challenge To Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking

Alarming information about just how frequently law enforcement officials across the country (not to mention the NSA) are trying to get cell phone data, including your location, seem to be published in the news media every day. EFF Takes Action… 

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