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


Obama Schedule || Tuesday, September 27, 2011

The president plans to go a full day without doing a fundraiser. 10:25 am PDT || Departs Los Angeles 1:25 pm MDT || Arrives Denver 2:15 pm MDT || Delivers remarks at Abraham Lincoln High School 3:50 pm MDT || Departs Denver 9:15 pm EDT || Arrives White House

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A Wonderful White House Story

Last Monday was a beautiful day in the Rose Garden. President Obama and his Teleprompter began to speak about the American Jobs Act, which they said would create . . . jobs.   The three men ruining running the economy, National Economic Council Director Gene Sperling, OMB Director Jack Lew, and Treasury Secretary Tim Geihtner, listened obediently.   These are their shoes.   Suddenly, Right

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Obama’s Unpresidential Contempt for the GOP

The president is president of all of us. Not just the Democratic Party. Even during a campaign. It’s one thing to lambaste your opponents and their ideas. But the president of the United States should not be describing the other Party as un-American. It’s worse than sordid, divisive politics. It’s an ignominious, even somewhat frightening thing for a president to do, and it demonstrates a

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Lady Gaga Attends Obama Fundraiser

And I thought she was a Republican . . . Lady Gaga reportedly attended Obama’s fourth fundraiser of the day Sunday, an affair at the home of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. The event set her back $35,800 unless she came with someone, since that was the ticket price for singles or couples. I wonder if Gaga, who is an activist for gay causes, asked Obama

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Quote of the Day || September 26, 2011

“I would never try to convince Hillary to betray Obama and run against him. I mean, I’ve got my integrity.” – Bill Clinton A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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