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


He’s Back: Obama Takes to the Golf Course

President Obama went golfing today, heading out for the 18th time this year and for the 76th time in his presidency, but for only the first time in seven weeks, having somehow not gotten a round in FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF JULY. Obama had not been golfing since going twice on the weekend of June 25, the last of an incredible 13 weekends in a

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The Obamacare Court Fight is About Liberty Itself

The battle in the judiciary against Obamacare is viewed mainly as an effort forestall the imposition of a nationalized health system. But as yesterday’s ruling against the health care purchase mandate portion of the bill makes clear, it’s more than a battle against Obamacare. It’s a fight to prevent an new, unprecedented era of government power over our lives. The Commerce Clause of the Constitution

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