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Where Aid Money To Egypt Really Goes; DNC Financials Demonstrate Democrats’ Debt Problem; Cops Taser Non-Threatening Man, Kill Him; Secret Court Told NSA That Snooping Is UnConstitutional; And Elementary Teacher Jailed For ‘Eye For Eye’ Lesson— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 8-21-2013

August 21, 2013 by  

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ProPublica On U.S. Aid To Egypt: Where Does All Of The Money Go?

Questions about the United States’ aid to Egypt have intensified in the wake of last month’s military coup. More than 1,000 Egyptians have been killed in the last week, most apparently supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi. A few members of Congress have called for cutting off aid to Egypt, which the White House says is under review. ProPublica breaks down where the money actually goes. Read More… 

Democratic National Committee Financials Reveal Insight Into Party’s Money Management Style

Recently released financial filings indicate that government spending isn’t the only area in which Democrats pretend that debt doesn’t matter. The Party is still struggling to pay off $18.5 million in campaign debts as its cash on hand continues to decline. Read More… 

Phoenix Police Called To Talk Non-Threatening Man Off Roof; Taser Him Five Times; Man Dies

A 44 year-old man in Phoenix was on an apartment roof “acting strangely,” according to local television news reports. So witnesses called the police to help him down. Instead, the police ended up killing him. Watch… 

EFF Victory Results In Release Of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Opinion Finding NSA Surveillance UnConstitutional

For almost two years, EFF has been fighting the government in Federal court to force the public release of an 86-page opinion of the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC). Issued in October 2011, the secret court’s opinion found that surveillance conducted by the NSA under the FISA Amendments Act was unConstitutional and violated “the spirit of” Federal law. Read More…

Teacher Gets 30 Days In Jail For Teaching Class Bully A Lesson

A former Texas kindergarten teacher will spend 30 days in jail for instructing her pupils to hit the class bully, a judge ruled. Read More… 

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