The Republican Traitors; FBI Has Had Drones For Years; Pulitzer Journalist Says Obama Tale Of Killing Bin Laden ‘One Big Lie’; NSA Staffers Spied For Romance; White People Are Racist, End Of Story— Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 9-27-2013


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Seymour Hersh: Obama Administration Narrative Of Bin Laden Death ‘One Big Lie’

Pulitzer journalist Seymour Hersh, who first earned recognition for breaking the My Lai massacre scandal, doesn’t buy the Obama Administration’s narrative of how Osama bin Laden was taken down. In fact, he thinks American media is mostly garbage and coddles President Barack Obama instead of hitting the streets to suss out the truth behind sanctioned press releases. Read More… 

NSA Analysts Used Government Spying Powers To Track Lovers

The United States spends billions of dollars on surveillance each year, and at least some of that taxpayer money could be benefiting love-struck Romeos in the National Security Agency. Read More… 

Republican Traitors Help Senate Pass The Buck

The Senate passed the buck back to the House today. Voting 54-44 on strict party lines, the Senate approved a stopgap spending plan that sets up a weekend showdown between Tea Party Republicans and GOP leaders in the House. Traitors Listed Within… 

Duke Professor: White People Are Racist No Matter What

Duke University sociology professor Eduardo Bonilla-Silva told students during a lecture Thursday that white people are racist pretty much no matter what they do or say. How Racist Are You… 

Watchdog: FBI Has Used Drones Since 2006

The FBI has tracked U.S. criminal activity with drones since 2006 but has not codified rules to protect privacy rights, a Justice Department watchdog says. Read More… 

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