World Hates U.S. Spying; Ohio School System Allows Teachers To Pack Heat; Border Patrol Agents Fear Hiring Surge; White House Pretends It Didn’t Interfere With Zimmerman Trial; GOP Threatens Reid—Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 7-11-2013

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International Community Continues To Fret Over U.S. Spying

Countries around the world are taking different approaches to address concerns over the United States’ National Security Agency Spying initiatives exposed by whistle-blower Edward Snowden recently. Read More…

Ohio School System Allows Concealed Carry For Teachers

The board of education for an Ohio school district has approved a concealed carry policy for staff and faculty in its 1,300-student system. Read More… 

Border Patrol Agents Fear Proposed Hiring Surge Will Add Criminals To Ranks

An amendment to the immigration reform bill which would add up to 20,000 agents and $38 billion in additional spending to the ranks of the U.S. Border Patrol is being decried by many current Border Patrol agents. The opponents fear that a massive and abrupt hiring surge could allow criminals and lesser-qualified agents to join their ranks. Read More… 

Watch: Jay Carney Acts As If The President Didn’t Already Interfere In George Zimmerman’s Trial

Asked about President Barack Obama’s infamous “if I had a son” remark during a press conference Thursday, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said—as if the damage isn’t already done—said that it isn’t White House policy to comment on matters like the George Zimmerman case in the midst of a trial. Watch… 

GOP To Harry Reid: Go Nuclear, And It’ll Bite You In 2014

Republican Senators have threatened Majority Leader Harry Reid that they’ll stall every attempt at passing legislation until after midterm elections, if he invokes the so-called “nuclear option” that would change Senate rules to allow a simple 51-vote majority vote to end a Republican-threatened filibuster. Read More…

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