House GOP Prepares Fight Against Emporer Obama; FCC Backtracks On Newsroom Spying; The Obamacare Anthem; Taliban Will Make A Comeback In Afghanistan; Friday Political Cartoons— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 2-21-2014


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House Republicans Set To Take On Emperor Obama’s ‘Pen And Phone’

Based on the context of emails from GOP leadership, House Republicans are poised to launch an offensive against President Barack Obama’s regulatory-laden imperial Presidency in coming weeks. Read More…

FCC Backs Away From 1st Amendment-Infringing Plan To ‘Study’ Newsrooms

Facing massive backlash from the public over its announced plan to place government contractors in the newsrooms of TV stations and print media to “study critical information needs,” the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it would abandon the idea only one day after the plan was made public. Read More… 

Workin’ 1 To 5: The Anthem For Obamacare

Remy, Reason’s libertarian answer to Weird Al Yankovic, released a new video today that pretty much sums up Obamacare’s far-reaching effects for Americans unfortunate enough to work at a job that’s been trimmed from full time to part time in order for bosses to keep anyone on the payroll at all. Watch… 

Report: Taliban Insurgency Likely After U.S., NATO Leave Afghanistan

The withdrawal of U.S. and NATO troops from Afghanistan will likely lead to a surge in Taliban activity in the country, a Pentagon-sponsored review suggests. Read More… 

Friday Fun: A Roundup Of This Week’s Political Cartoons

Early this month, the Congressional Budget Office reported that Obamacare would effectively cost jobs, that people would choose to work less or not at all in order to get Obamacare subsidies. This week, the Administration of President Barack Obama did what it always does in response to bad news: lied and said uh-uh. Meanwhile, on the other side of the globe, things were heating up in Ukraine. Cartoons…

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