There’s Plenty Left To Cut; Five Years Of Tea Party Rants; Obamacare Now A Mainstream Joke; FCC To Revisit Net Neutrality; Americans Divided On Whether Afghan War Was Right— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 2-19-2014

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Two Stories That Prove There’s Plenty Left To Cut

Each time talk about cutting welfare waste comes up in Congress, the left cries that fiscal conservatives are trying to kill the poor. And when ideas about cutting government waste by eliminating bureaucratic employees are mentioned, fiscal hawks are told that the Nation simply couldn’t exist without so many (now costlier) Federal workers. All Lies… 

Five Years Ago: The Rant That Lit A Fire Under The Tea Party

CNBC’s Rick Santelli ranted against the government’s crony capitalism and unsound economic policies from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange five years ago today. The rant has been widely credited with capturing the mood of the Nation and helping to set the Tea Party movement on course for widespread victory the following year. The Rant… 

FCC Not Done With Net Neutrality Fight

It looks as though the Federal Communications Commission is ready to dive back into the net neutrality debate. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced Wednesday the agency is ready to move forward with plans to overhaul rules that govern the way Internet service providers handle online traffic. Read More… 

Americans Split On Whether Putting Troops In Afghanistan Was ‘Mistake’

Americans are evenly divided about whether going to war in Afghanistan after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks on U.S. soil was a good decision. Read More… 

Videos: Obamacare Is Now A Mainstream Joke

In the early going, Obamacare has proven such a manifest failure that it has, at last, become one of the few (out of many) Obama-Administration missteps to make it into mainstream cultural consciousness as a complete joke. Watch… 

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