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Liberty NewsWire: September 6, 2012

Apple on Wednesday denied claims that it had worked with the government to share millions of device identification numbers, a day after the hacking group known as AntiSec claimed to have obtained numbers from an F.B.I. laptop. – New York Times Individual Liberty New York Times- Apple Denies Giving F.B.I. Device Information NPR- L.A.'s Ban […]


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Liberty NewsWire: September 5, 2012

The Transportation Security Administration is back in the news again today, this time after NBC News ran a story about the agency's efforts to examine drinks fliers buy from post-security checkpoints. – USA Today Individual Liberty USA Today- TSA back in the news for testing fliers' drinks after security Detroit Free Press- Arkansas will be first […]


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Liberty NewsWire: September 4, 2012

In recent weeks, the Fed has given increasing signals that it is seriously considering the launch of another round of large-scale bond purchases, known in Fed-talk as quantitative easing. Some Fed members have argued against such action, fearing more easing of the money supply would lead to asset bubbles and higher inflation down the road. […]


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Liberty NewsWire: August 31, 2012

For the second time this year, the Paul family has been harassed by the Transportation Security Administration. Rep. Ron Paul, his wife, and granddaughter were stopped by eight TSA workers at a small airport in Clearwater, Florida, and told they must be screened. According to the agents, the screening was necessary because Mitt Romney "might be […]


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Liberty NewsWire: August 30, 2012

Sen. Rand Paul's biggest applause during his Wednesday evening speech at the Republican National Convention came from a line about protecting civil liberties… ‘To thrive we must believe in ourselves again, and we must never – never – trade our liberty for any fleeting promise of security,’ the Kentucky senator said to thunderous applause.  Much […]


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