White House Plays Dumb On Obamacare Demographics; Judge Rules Chicago Handgun Sales Ban unConstitutional; Walmart Offers Better Healthcare Than Obamacare; Pennsylvania Cop Carries Gun On Duty, But Can’t Off Duty Because Of Mental Health Record; EFF Calls For Full Congressional Investigation Of NSA— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 1-7-2014

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Watch Jay Carney Dissemble To Avoid Addressing His Own Talking Point On Obamacare Enrollment

Obamacare needs young, reasonably high-income enrollees to pay for the program’s enormous safety net, and the sum of the last three months’ worth of news reports strongly indicates that just isn’t happening. Read More…

Analysis: ‘Evil’ Corporate Giant Walmart Offers Better, More Affordable Insurance Than Obamacare

Walmart is a perpetual target of liberal activists and unions who contend that the mega retail chain mistreats its employees by paying unfairly low wages and providing substandard healthcare coverage to workers. But the retailer’s detractors may be surprised to learn about the findings of a recent analysis which demonstrates that the healthcare plans Walmart provides to its employees are actually significantly better than plans available through Obamacare. Read More… 

Chicago Handgun Sales Ban UnConstitutional, Judge Rules

The city’s 2010 blanket ban on gun sales and transfers within city limits “goes too far in outright banning legal buyers and legal dealers from engaging in lawful acquisitions and lawful sales of firearms,” U.S. District Court Judge Edmond E. Chang said. Read More… 

Three Hearings, Nine Hours, and One Accurate Statement: Why Congress Must Begin a Full Investigation into NSA Spying

The NSA leaks are ushering in a new day regarding Congressional oversight of the intelligence community. And it’s why Congress must dedicate the resources to a full-scale investigation by a special committee. EFF Explains… 

Armed And Dangerous?

When he’s on duty, Pennsylvania State Trooper Michael L. Keyes is packing heat. When he’s off duty, he isn’t. That would be a crime. Read More… 

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