What You Need To Know About Day Two Of Government Shutdown; See Pictures Of Obama’s America; Private Sector Adds Jobs; Americans Disdainfully Ill-Informed On Obamacare; And More— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 10-2-2013

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Shutdown Roundup – Day 2

Everything you need to know about the Federal government shutdown drama— from how the Service Employee International Union is paying protestors to show up at closed monuments, to how the government continues to close things that cost nothing. Read More… 

Twitter Users Post Telling Pictures Of ‘Obama’s America’

These pictures, illustrating the immature and arbitrary White House response to the government shutdown, will make you sick. See Obama’s America…

Is Libyan Attack On Russian Embassy Revenge For Thwarting U.S. Aid To Muslim Brotherhood Rebels In Syria?

On Wednesday the Russian embassy in Tripoli, Libya, was attacked by a group of about 60 people, some armed, who tried to force their way into the compound. A Libyan security source who spoke to media blamed the attack on the killing of a Libyan by a Russian woman. Read More… 

Private Sector Added 166,000 Jobs In September

U.S. private-sector employment rose by 166,000 jobs in September, significantly short of the consensus forecast, Automatic Data Processing said Wednesday. Read More… 

Jimmy Kimmel Illustrates Why America Is In Trouble

Do you know the difference between Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act? Some Don’t… 

For Sale: The 1979 Chevette Ron Paul Used To Combat Congressional Hypocrisy

The person who makes the highest pledge of a tax-deductible donation to the FREE Foundation by October 15, 2013 will win the little Chevette that Ron Paul used to tick off former House Speaker Tip O’Neill in 1979. Read More… 

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