Thou Shalt Not Own Guns, Egyptian Woman Removes Veil On TV With Cleric, Obamacare Repeal Vote Coming, Disability Dole Swells, DOD ‘Raids’ Pinups: Afternoon News Links For 5-8-2013

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Brush up on the day’s headlines with Personal Liberty’s afternoon update.

  • Noted theologian and United States Vice President Joe Biden entreated a room full of religious leaders to support Congress’ second attempt at gun control by recasting the language of gun-related violence in moral terms when communicating with their followers. Read More…

 

  • Islamist rule in Egypt has decimated the rights of women in the country. In a recent interview on the Egyptian Al-Nahar TV network, female host Riham Said let her guest, Islamic cleric Yousuf Badri, know that she won’t be bullied by Muslim extremism. See The Video… 

 

  • The House has scheduled to vote again next week on a measure to repeal the President’s signature healthcare law. Read More…

 

  • Only seven States have a population greater than the total number of Americans now on government disability, according to data just released by the Social Security Administration (SSA). Read More…

 

  • U.S. military barracks with girlie calendars and pin-ups on the walls will be getting the sterile treatment under another Defense Department inspection aimed at rooting out gender-offensive material in military working environments. Read More…
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