Controversial Canadian conservative Ezra Levant went trolling at a big climate rally in Toronto last weekend, speaking with protesters and making some side observations about how those who attended the rally typically availed themselves of the same world-destroying conveniences whose abolition they claim to seek.
In a recent interview, former President Jimmy Carter said that he believes Jesus would be a gay marriage supporter. Though, Carter noted, “I don’t have any verse and scripture” to back that up.
Ahead of Hillary Clinton’s Tuesday appearance on CNN, her first national television interview of the 2016 election season, Twitter users beautifully trolled the former first lady using the hashtag #CNNHillaryQuestions. Here are eight essential questions the Twitterverse wants Clinton to answer.
President Barack Obama gave millions of taxpayer dollars to failed solar power company Solyndra. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) also has a vision for a solar-powered future, but it focuses more heavily on end users than corporate upstarts.
Here are a few tidbits Personal Liberty staffers found interesting around the Web this week.
Greece is in a mess. The rich banksters and Greek leaders are each pointing loaded guns at one another in an old-fashioned Mexican standoff. Meanwhile, the people’s money is locked away in banks that are only doling it out a few bucks at a time. So, as usual, the people are the victims. Some have even been driven to dumpster diving for sustenance. So which noose will they get? And does it really matter?
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The arm of government that steers policies that affect children in the United Kingdom is seeking an outright ban on spanking.
According to a report from a CIA-backed cybersecurity firm, federal agencies could prevent breaches by simply strengthening login credentials for their networks.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy got together for a private meeting Monday during one of Paul’s presidential campaign stops in the Silver State.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was a quote machine in his vehement dissent against this week’s majority opinion upholding Obamacare. The Supreme Court’s ruling pretty much “ignores the American people’s decision to give Congress ‘[a]ll legislative powers enumerated in the Constitution,'” he warned. Nevertheless, Obamacare is here to stay — at least for the foreseeable future. Hey, take a cue from Scalia: Just call it “SCOTUScare.”
A number of Republicans in the House Freedom Caucus are making a not-too-subtle overture toward their Democratic peers that, if carried to its logical conclusion, would result in the removal of Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) as speaker of the House.
The Transportation Security Administration is pretty good at hassling travelers, but it is far less effective when it comes to finding dangerous contraband. ReasonTV’s resident satirical songwriter Remy has taken note with a parody of a teenybopper classic.