With the USA Patriot Act set to expire on Sunday, statists and puppets for the NSA spooks are scrambling to find a way to save their pet project of collecting everyone’s data through the NSA’s bulk collection program.
Apparently, 74 different wars aren’t enough. Word from a senior non-U.S. NATO official to NSA analyst John Schindler is: “We’ll probably be at war this summer. If we’re lucky it won’t be nuclear.”
Baltimore shows conclusively that more “laws” restricting gun ownership do not prevent shootings, nor do laws preventing concealed or open carry or requiring permits keep criminals from carrying weapons.
If you don’t have apple cider vinegar in your medicine chest — or in your health arsenal — it should be there. And you should take a dose daily “to keep the doctor away.”
A reader asks about the safety of buying and storing gold at Perth Australia Mint. In light of recent events, that might not be a good idea.
Today is set aside as a day to salute the veterans who laid their lives on the line and gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country and ours: the United States of America.
The Red Cross remains a magnet for wealthy and corporate contributors, drawing more than $1 billion in donations last year.
Any major media figure feigning surprise at George Stephanopoulos’ ties to the Clinton Foundation is just trying to fool you. There is little objectivity and even less truth coming out of the mainstream media.
A review of multiple studies on vitamin D3 status and surgical recovery has found that adequate levels of vitamin D3 pre-surgery reduces the chance of post-surgery complications, including infections.
In response to Ben Crystal’s “Obama and the great divide,” a commenter posits that “our present ideology that a solution is unacceptable that is not ground in compassion has failed.”
Government interference creates a sort of double or triple taxation on the people. The USDA may be the biggest culprit when it comes to subsidies, price fixing and rationing.
On Wednesday, the House passed the USA Freedom Act 338-88. As is always the case in the District of Corruption, the new law does exactly the opposite of what its name purports.
Having found itself unable to scare and/or coerce all Americans into “voluntary” vaccination compliance, now Congress has before it a bill titled the “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015.”
More than 46 million Americans are on food stamps and 4 in 10 of them are obese, according to a study just put out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
A reader who wishes to comment on Personal Liberty articles has some concerns regarding privacy. In return, Bob Livingston has some questions for him.
Today’s digital bread lines are invisible and easy to ignore. Food stamps are today’s soup kitchens. Most Americans are totally unaware of their magnitude. But they are real.
Members of the “law and order” crowd complain and clamor for protection against government abuses against themselves but endorse (or at least abide) government abuses on people who are “different.”
With Hillary Clinton having kicked off her presidential campaign, I thought it time to dip into the way-back machine and remind readers of what the Clinton presidency was like and what another one would be like.
Likely when you hear the names of Eric Garner, Walter Scott and Freddie Gray, you recognize they are victims who died at the hands of overzealous or negligent police officers. But do you remember Miriam Carey?
Now that the government has admitted that for years it has poisoned American children and ruined their teeth, will it hold itself responsible? When pigs fly!
The way to destroy a religion is to dilute it. Enough water in the milk and the milk becomes water. The way to conquer a religion is to absorb it. The way to one-world religion is to unite all religions. Christianity still has its name, its churches and its forum but not its spirit.
Operation Jade Helm 15, a covert multi-agency, seven-state, eight week training exercise coming to the Southwestern U.S. later this summer, is causing anxiety in the liberty community generally and in the center of the operation, Texas, specifically.
Loretta Lynch supports a ban on semi-automatic weapons. She supports universal background checks. And under oath, she claimed not to know anything about the anti-gun Operation Chokepoint. Yet she was an acceptable attorney general nominee for many establishment Republicans.