One commenter wants to know if Pope Francis is going to pay for immigration and welfare in the United States. Another compares the pope to President Obama.
A large majority of voters, and a majority of those with personal experience in foster care, prefer private charity care to government support for families in crisis, according to a poll released today by the Foundation for Government Accountability.
This commenter is fed up, writing: “We just want to live our lives in peace, worship the Creator who gave us our inalienable rights, provide for our families, govern ourselves and be left the hell alone.”
In response to Ben Bullard’s “The GOP base is changing, and Trump’s the only one who gets it,” a commenter points out that the system is a fraud, but that at least Donald Trump knows how to run something successfully.
Lois Lerner, the retired and disgraced former IRS official at the center of the political discrimination scandal involving conservative nonprofits, hid a private email account she used to conduct official business. Surprised?
In response to John Myers’ “Trump may be our last hope to shut up the politically correct,” a commenter praised Donald Trump’s candor, saying “none of us would be talking about all this stuff.”
In response to a report on the FBI whining about terrorists becoming tech savvy and keeping the FBI from spying on them, a commenter says everyone should use encryption.
In response to Brandon Smith’s article, “The future costs of politically correct cultism,” a reader said “useful idiots” are so impressed by their PCness and acceptance by the elites that they don’t see History repeating itself time and time again.
In responding to “Why is Washington picking a new fight?,” a commenter stated, “A war of the magnitude of WWIII would no doubt go nuclear as soon as one side started losing.”
What does it mean to be an effective advocate of liberty? It means to love what you do and adopt sustainable patterns of thinking and living that contribute to making the world a freer place.
According to a law enforcement insider, there are trains moving throughout Texas and some of them have been outfitted with shackles, presumably to “transport prisoners of some sort.” The claim adds further credence to a report about Jade Helm dissident roundups and arrests and widespread martial law declarations following an emergency.
Want to get tongues wagging these days? Talk about discrimination and what that means for liberty. Talk about Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations. Here’s what commenters had to say about these hot-button topics.
The restrictive gun laws of the city of Washington, D.C., have been under scrutiny lately. But as one commenter points out, we all have a God-given right to protect ourselves.
What has happened to the United States? Personal Liberty commenters call out the “idiot” in the White House and the “idiots” who don’t understand what’s really happening in regard to Ferguson, Missouri.
Wayne Allyn Root says the grass-roots uprisings in 2010 and 2014 have given him hope the Republican Party can be returned to its roots. RLC Chairman Matt Nye agrees, but says the Republicans apparently didn’t get the memo.
Ben Crystal took John Boehner to task for distracting Americans with Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Congress in order to quietly allow Barack Obama’s immigration policies to take effect. See what a commenter had to say about that.
In response to the column “Tyranny and America’s moral decline,” one commenter pointed out that the Feds are overstepping their bounds.
In emphasizing that most Americans don’t have a clue about the U.S. Constitution, a commenter mentions that Mitt Romney was right about some things. Read his response to Bob Livingston’s column.
Personal Liberty readers seem to be as fed up with President Barack Obama and his policies and lies as Personal Liberty contributors are. See what commenters had to say about commentary from Ben Crystal and Wayne Allyn Root.
In response to John Myers’ column, “America’s Muslim in chief,” a commenter points out that all the information voters needed to know about Barack Obama was available before he was elected as president. But voters ignored the facts.
A reader asks for a product recommendation after reading advice from Bob Livingston on acid indigestion. Here’s a tip for tackling acid indigestion along with information about two products.
Thanks, Bob. You have assembled a crew of journalist – writer – researchers that continually provide excellent fodder for debate and disagreement and – therefore – some evidence that independent thinking is still alive and well.
Tyranny reigns in this, the supposed land of the free. Read what commenters have to say about the destruction of our republic and about the building up of the police state in this country.