Clinton Fever Signals Wrong Priorities; Tax Reform Bill Unveiled; University Lecture Links ‘White Rage’ To GOP Success; CPAC Shuns Atheist Group; Open Letter Urges Tech Companies To Protect Your Privacy— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 2-26-2014


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Democrats’ Obsession With A Hillary Clinton White House Signals Upside-Down Priorities

What is with Democrats’ far-gone fascination with Hillary Clinton? Is there some underlying compulsion to realize yet another “first” superlative in the linear pageant of progressive American statecraft? In a time when Americans have already demonstrated an electoral will to put a black man in the White House, is it really so revolutionary to put a woman there simply on the merit that she’s a “she”? Read More… 

Tax Reform Bill Unveiled In House Despite Slim Prospects For Passage

Draft legislation to reform the U.S. tax code was introduced Wednesday after House Speaker John Boehner tried to lower expectations about the bill’s prospects. Read More… 

University Lecturer: ‘White Rage,’ ‘American Pie Hatred’ Responsible For 2010 GOP Victories

During a recent lecture, freshman students at the University of Wisconsin were informed that American values are rooted in “division, racism, sexism, classism” and that 2010 GOP victories were the result of “white rage” stemming from the 2009 election of President Barack Obama. Watch… 

CPAC Un-invites American Atheists From Annual Convention

The non-profit American Atheists won’t participate in the Conservative Political Action Conference next month because the group distorted its intent, CPAC said. Read More… 

EFF Tech Experts: Tech Companies Must Defend Against Surveillance

Today, in collaboration with prominent security researchers and technologists, EFF presents an open letter to technology companies, urging them to protect users from NSA backdoors and earn back the trust that has been lost. Read More… 

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