NSA Collects 5 Billion Phone Records Per Day; Analyst Weighs In On Obama Resignation Possibility; New Obamacare Site Busted Like Old Obamacare Site; Youth No Longer Love Obama; And Brainwashing Drones— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 12-4-2013

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Ready For Another Snowden Revelation? NSA Collects 5 Billion Cell Phone Location Records Each Day

The latest leak in the ongoing trickle of information Edward Snowden supplied to newspapers about the National Security Agency (NSA) is a whopper: worldwide, the NSA gathers close to 5 billion records on the whereabouts and digital “relationships” of cell phone users each day. Full Story… 

Wall Street Analyst Predicts 10 Percent Chance For Obama Resignation

Is there a chance that President Barack Obama will resign ahead of the 2014 elections to offset voter backlash against Democrats due to controversy over his signature healthcare overhaul? According to one Wall Street analyst there is. Full Story… 

ProPublica Reports: New-And-Improved Healthcare.gov Has Same Old Problems

The Obama Administration says the site can now handle 50,000 unique visitors at one time and 800,000 over the course of a day. But on Day One of the new-and-improved site, it didn’t appear able to keep up with the load. No wonder HHS is encouraging users to come back at off-peak hours. Full Story… 

Obama’s Standing Among Young Americans Slipping

Americans age 18 to 29 disapprove of President Barack Obama, Congress and the Affordable Care Act, a poll released Wednesday found. Full Story… 

Hacker Figures Out How To Get His Drone To Brainwash Other Drones; Command Drone Army

At least for as long as it remains legal, here’s one way to deal with any pesky unmanned aerial vehicles that invade your personal airspace: hack them and make them do your bidding. Read More… 

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