Shooting Tragedy In Washington; Gun Control Revived?; State Department Employees Forced To Have Private Benghazi Memorial; Ron Paul Lauds America’s Newfound Disdain For Warmongers; And EFF Explains Google Street View Ruling’s Privacy Implications— Personal Liberty Digest™ P.M. Edition 9-16-2013


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Gunman, 12 Others Dead In Navy Yard Shooting Rampage

As many as three gunmen were initially thought to have been involved in the rampage and police spent much of the day searching for two other possible assailants inside the headquarters for Naval Sea Systems Command. Read More… 

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney Plugs Gun Control Agenda After Shooting Tragedy

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, prodded by reporters Monday, slipped in a plug for President Barack Obama’s gun control agenda during a press conference discussion of the tragic Navy Yard shooting in Washington. Read More… 

State Department Employees Hold Private Benghazi Memorial After No Official Event Scheduled

A small group of State Department staffers held their own private memorial ceremony last week to mark the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2012 terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. With no official ceremony planned, it was the least they could do. Read More… 

Ron Paul Straight Talk: The American Public Is Tired Of Warmongers

Will the history books record these past couple of weeks as the point when the tide finally turned against our interventionist foreign policy? Ron Paul Thinks So… 

EFF Explains Google Street View Ruling And What It Means for Researchers And Cops

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, which issued its long awaited decision in Joffe v. Google this week, the case where Google was sued for allegedly violating the Wiretap Act when its Street View cars sucked up data from wireless routers as it passed by. EFF Explains… 

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