Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 4-14-2014: Snowden Stories Yield Vindication And Pulitzers; Obama And Hillary Took Evil Koch Money; How To Cure A 23-Year Boehner; Double Standard In The War On Conservatives; Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk


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Snowden Revelations Of NSA Spying Earn Two Newspapers Shared Pulitzer

In a gesture Edward Snowden described today as “a vindication for everyone who believes that the public has a role in government,” the Pulitzer committee has awarded American journalism’s highest honor to Britain’s The Guardian and to The Washington Post for their ongoing coverage of Snowden’s bombshell revelation of the scope of domestic and international U.S. government spying. Vindication…

The Widening Gyre Of Top Koch-Hating Democrats Who Took Koch Money (Hint: Obama’s On The List)

Last week, it was Harry Reid and Charles Schumer. This week, it’s Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Dianne Feinstein and more. Is there a Koch brothers-hating Democrat left standing who hasn’t accepted money from Koch Industries? Hypocrisy…

What To Do When Your Boehner Lasts More Than 23 Years

One of Republican House Speaker John Boehner’s many GOP primary challengers has launched an attack ad that must be making everyone else jealous for not having thought of it first. Electile Dysfunction…

Another Phony Budget Debate

Anyone watching last week’s debate over the Republican budget resolution would have experienced déjà vu. Once again, the Republicans claimed their budget would cut spending in a responsible manner, while Democratic opponents claimed the plan’s spending cuts would shred the safety net and leave vital programs unfunded. Of course, neither claim is true. Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk…

Old Friend Helping In Nevada Secretary Of State’s War On Conservatives

In the national battle by liberal government officials working to silence conservative activists, one Nevada group is fighting back. Watchdog… 

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