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


Paul Ryan Will Not Run for President

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) will not enter the GOP primaries, the Weekly Standard reports: Wisconsin congressman Paul Ryan has decided for a final time that he will not run for president in 2012, THE WEEKLY STANDARD has learned. Ryan, who began seriously considering a bid in late May after Indiana governor Mitch Daniels took himself out of the race, had consulted with top Republicans, including

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Obama Finally Puts an End to Qaddafi

President Obama today appeared in Martha’s Vineyard to note that Qaddafi is finished and to claim credit for shoving him out. In the early days of this intervention, the United States provided the bulk of the firepower, and then our friends and allies stepped forward. The Transitional National Council established itself as a credible representative of the Libyan people. And the United States, together with

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Top Ten Things Obama Plans to do on Martha’s Vineyard

The president is very well organized when it comes to his vacations. White House Dossier has obtained his private list of “fun things” he intends to do over the next week while on Martha’s Vineyard. We share the top ten of these with you below. 1. Participate in Caribbean vs. Maine lobster races. 2, Get high with John Kerry while listening to Crosby, Stills, Nash

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Article on Perry Shows Bias That Will Plague the GOP

I do love journalism. It’s my chosen profession. And despite the condemnation on the right of the mainstream media, I think many regular reporters do excellent work. But a liberal bias exists. And conservatives are right to be angry about it, and their hostility to the press is understandable. While most reporters I know try to surpress their political opinions and do honest work, the

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The Obama Morning News || August 22, 2011

President Obama acknowledged in a televised interview aired Sunday that his reelection would hinge on the economy.  Obama is targeting Hispanic voters in a strategy seeks to shift focus from immigration policies that have disappointed many. POLITICO wonders whether Obama’s ritzy vacation will do him political harm. Many outside the White House think the optics of a trip to Martha’s Vineyard couldn’t be worse. Frustration with

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Quote of the Day || August 22, 2011

“The test of strong leadership is in the ability to make big decisions. And tonight, I decided to go with the broiled, stuffed lobster instead of the steamed.” -Barack Obama A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

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