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


Quote of the Day || August 12, 2011

“Barry, please don’t be angry, but my mom wants to know if you think Romney would let her stay.” – Michelle Obama A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

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Et Tu, New York?

Is this even possible? I’m reading this press release from the pollsters at Quinnipiac. “Alabama voters disapprove 49-45 percent of the job President Obama is doing.” Wait a second. That doesn’t say Alabama. That says New York!! New York? Is Obama in trouble in New York??  I can’t believe dskdgns;orihaeif Sorry, I passed out on the keyboard. This has got to have everyone at Obama for

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Court: Obamacare Provision Unconstitutional

An appeals court today ruled that the Obamacare requirement that everyone purchase health insurance is unconstitutional. The requirement is a cornerstone of the law, and removing it would make other parts of the law unworkable. The decision is a victory for opponents of the law, but in the end, it doesn’t matter much.This is going to the Supreme Court, and the opinion there that matters

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Michelle Obama Spent 42 Days on Vacation this Past Year

First Lady Michelle Obama over the last year has spent a total of 42 days on vacation, or a little more than one out of every nine days, according to a White House Dossier analysis of her travel. Her vacations, the cost of which are mostly borne by taxpayers, include trips to Panama City, Fla., Martha’s Vineyard, Hawaii, South Africa, Latin America, Vail, Colo., and

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The Obama Morning News || August 12, 2011

President Obama Thursday bluntly accused opponents of putting partisan and ideological interests above the economic well-being of the nation. The president says he will outline new initiatives soon. A slow-moving Republican presidential campaign came to life Thursday night in a GOP candidates’ debate that featured the fiercest face-to-face exchanges of the 2012 contest. Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann went after each other. The candidates made several misleading, incomplete or simply false claims, according to

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