GOP Establishment Gives Up; Americans Increasingly Want Third Party Option; Mainstream Media Discussed Syria With Dozens Who Stood To Profit From War; Oklahoma Obamacare Suit In The Spotlight; And Researchers Say North Korea Is Testing WMDs— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 10-11-2013


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Cave In: House Republicans Stand Down With Proposal To End Standoff

Republican leaders submitted a proposal Friday to temporarily raise the Federal debt limit for six weeks, consenting to President Barack Obama’s demand that the current $16.7 trillion Federal debt rise further while preserving funding for Obamacare. Read More… 

A Growing Number Of Americans Want A Viable Third Party Option

As the government shutdown continues to highlight the dysfunction between Republican and Democratic lawmakers, Americans are increasingly coming to believe that the Nation is in need of a viable third-party option. Read More…

Report: Mainstream Media Interviews On Syria Packed With People Who Would Profit From War

Many of the “experts” invited to discuss the need to intervene in the Syrian civil war by mainstream media over the past several weeks have close relationships with contractors and other organizations with a vested interest in involving the U.S. in another military conflict. Read More… 

Oklahoma Has A Major Point In Ongoing Lawsuit To Bring Down Obamacare

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt’s year-old lawsuit to bring down the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is beginning to receive more attention now that Obamacare has endured the first week of its square-wheeled rollout. Read More… 

North Korea Producing, Testing WMD                          

North Korea is producing chemical weapons at more than a dozen facilities and is suspected of testing them on healthy human subjects, according to a U.S. research team. Read More… 

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