Official: Government Doesn’t Need Law, Congress To Act On Climate Change; Lindsey Graham Apologizes To Syrian Christians For John McCain; House GOP To Roll Over On Debt Limit; IRS Chief Apologizes For Tea Party Scandal After Obama Denies Scandal— Personal Liberty Digest P.M. Edition 4-5-2014

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Agriculture Secretary: Government Will Not Wait For Congress, Laws In Implementing Obama Climate Plan

During a press conference on Wednesday, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the unilateral creation of new “climate action hubs” that will be located in seven locations around the country. Read More… 

Cats In A Sandbox: John McCain Throws A Syria Fit; Lindsey Graham Apologizes To Syrian Christians For His Behavior

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), so devoted to supporting “our” moderate “friends” (a.k.a. Islamist terrorists with al-Qaida ties) in the Free Syrian Army, became incensed during a meeting with Syrian Christian leaders visiting the Capitol recently, allegedly yelling angrily after the clergymen voiced their concern that Western leaders have turned a blind eye to Christian persecution at the hands of Syrian rebel groups. Read More… 

Off Script: IRS Leader Apologizes For Tea Party Targeting, Despite Obama’s ‘Not Even A Smidgen Of Corruption’ Denial

New IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, who’s been on the job for less than two months, apologized today for the mess his IRS colleagues made when they helped President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign along by holding up conservative nonprofits groups ahead of the 2012 campaign. Read More… 

Report: House GOP To Abandon Debt-Ceiling Demands

House Republican leaders have given up plans to demand concessions from Democrats in return for raising the U.S. debt limit. Read More… 

Colorado Protesters Slam School’s Ban Of ”Merica Day’

The rejection of a slang term for “America” to promote a Colorado high school’s spirit week has been attacked by some residents as anti-American. Read More… 

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