Shocking stories of unprofessional conduct, inappropriate actions and sexual molestation at the dehumanizing checkpoints set up at mass transportation hubs throughout the Nation abound. Despite the frequency, such stories are no less shocking.
Second Amendment advocacy groups like Gun Owners of America (GOA) and the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) are predicting a tough four years for the Nation’s gun owners as President Barack Obama readies himself for a second term in the White House.
A new report out by the International Energy Agency predicts that U.S. oil output will be more than that of Saudi Arabia by the end of the decade. The IEA attributes the expected boon in American oil production to new methods and technologies for mining oil and natural gas in the United States.
Here is a collection of some of the stories that Personal Liberty staffers will be keeping an eye on throughout the day. Click the links for the full stories.
Most conservatives believe that the re-election of President Barack Obama is going to bring dire economic circumstances over the next four years, which could possibly drive the Nation into total collapse. The belief is likely not far-fetched.
Climate change may or may not be a consequence of man’s activity on the planet, but researchers have found that it has definitely played part in the demise of great civilizations of the past.
In October, David Siegel, owner of Westgate Resorts, emailed his employees to tell them that if President Barack Obama is re-elected and raises taxes, Siegel will have to lay off workers, downsize his company and possibly even shut down.
Central Intelligence Agency Director and drone warfare advocate David Petraeus announced last week that he will be stepping down as the Nation’s top spy after details of an extramarital affair emerged.
An emboldened Senate Majority Leader says a lame-duck session of Congress will deal with the looming crisis by raising taxes on the rich, and the new Congress will handle immigration reform and an overhaul of filibuster rules that will make the Senate “a more meaningful place.”
Attorney General Eric Holder could decline a second term at the Department of Justice, despite the re-election of President Barack Obama. While it is not uncommon for the Attorney General to leave office after four years, Holder may have extra incentive to step down after a number of scandals