In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Today’s Obama Poll || GOP Voters Want a Winner

Republicans would prefer a candidate who can beat President Obama over one with whom they agree on ideology, according to a new Gallup poll. The poll finds that 50 percent of Republicans surveyed seek a candidate who “has the best chance” compared to 44 percent who “agree on the issues” with them. In a matter for the psychologists – and maybe some of my readers!

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Ann Curry Doesn’t Cut Obama Much Slack

Well, NBC Today aired host Ann Curry’s interview with President Obama today. I predicted yesterday that she would go easy on him, and of course I was . . . wrong. Not too bad, Ann. Have a look. Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

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Mr. President, You’re Our Guy!

President Obama made me very sad. He said during a fundraiser last night in Miami that it was over between him and people like me. If you’re looking for just a bunch of partisan rhetoric, I’m probably not your guy. And I thought, gosh, what will I do? I’m looking for a bunch of partisan rhetoric, but the president is above that sort of thing,

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The Obama Morning News || June 14, 2011

Republican candidates spent last night’s debate pummeling President Obama rather than defining the differences among themselves in what turned out to be a remarkably friendly affair. The candidates took aim at regulation, calling for the scaling back or elimination of environmental, labor, financial and health-care rules. Michele Bachmann and Mitt Romney came out winners, according to the Washington Post, Tim Pawlenty not so much. Bachmann used

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Today’s Quote

“I was just so happy that the pictures of the Congressman’s weiner showed up and blew the photos of my housekeeper with the big boobies off the news.” -Arnold Schwarzenegger A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

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