The Gay Controversy About Duck Dynasty Personality; Democrats Running Election Pay Minorities Less; McCain Sold Out Disabled Vets; Obamacare Deadlines In Flux; Marketers Selling Data About Everyone— Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 12-19-2013

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Minorities Paid Less To Work For Democrats Than For Republicans On National Campaign Trail

In spite of the Democratic Party’s co-opting of the narrative of hope and change for minorities in America, it’s actually the GOP that better compensates paid nonwhite minority staffers. Full Story… 

Lesbian Libertarian Camille Paglia Slams ‘Fascist’ Politically Correct Culture That Punishes ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star’s Right To Free Speech

Paglia weighed in on the sanctimony-fueled uproar that “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson’s “suspension” from the massively popular A&E show generated Thursday, as the openly gay professor, intellectual and pop culture critic tore into the pervasiveness of politically correct timidity throughout American culture on an appearance on the Laura Ingraham radio show. Full Story… 

Magazine Founder: McCain, A Disabled Veteran, Voted To Take Money Away From Disabled Veterans

The founder of Military Spouse magazine took Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) to task in a recent interview for voting in favor of a budget compromise which contains cuts to pensions for disabled military personnel. Read More… 

ProPublica: What Deadline? The Obamacare Sign-up Dates Keep Moving

You aren’t alone if you’re confused about the deadline to sign up for coverage on the health insurance marketplaces. The deadline is 2014 and has been 2014 in flux. Full Story… 

Expert: Brokers Sell Lists Of Substance Abusers, Dementia Patients

Marketers can buy lists of U.S. rape victims, alcohol and drug abusers, elderly victims of dementia and AIDS patients, a privacy expert says. Full Story… 

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