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

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Obama Schedule || Friday, October 14, 2011

10:30 am || Departs White House 12:05 pm || Arrives Detroit 1:30 pm || Tours GM Orion Assembly with South Korean President Lee; Lake Orion, Mich. 1:50 pm || Obama and Lee deliver remarks on the U.S.-South Korea free trade agreement 3:40 pm || Departs Detroit 5:20 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern

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Obama Vows to Round Up the Usual Suspects

President Obama today suggested the United States will not retaliate militarily against Iran, refusing the declare the planned bombings of the Saudi and Israeli embassies in the United States an act of war. Obama, who spoke during a news conference with South Korean President Lee, said the United States would respond through the U.S. legal system and possibly by toughening sanctions that so far have

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Obama Calls for Restraint by Egypt’s Christians

President Obama has responded to the Egyptian military’s massacre of Coptic Christian protestors in Cairo Sunday with a pointedly even-handed statement that calls equally on Christians and the military to show restraint. “The President is deeply concerned about the violence in Egypt that has led to a tragic loss of life among demonstrators and security forces,” Obama said in a statement released this week. “Now is

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Obama Raised at Least $70 Million Last Quarter

President Obama raised at least $70 million for himself and the DNC during the second quarter of his campaign, down from the first quarter total of $86 million but still a robust sum, particularly for a candidate with such low popularity ratings. The campaign had put out word that it expected to raise $55 million, according to a report last month in the New York

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Cain Leads in New National Poll

Herman Cain now leads the Republican presidential field as Republican voters remain unenthusiastic about Mitt Romney and are recoiling at the sight of a blundering Rick Perry. According to the Wall Street Journal/NBC survey, Romney remains “acceptable” to most GOP voters, with similar favorable ratings to Cain. It’s just that right now, Republicans like Cain better. The core of Cain’s support is from the very

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Quote of the Day || October 13, 2011

“This Iranian plot is a very serious matter, and we are holding Iran accountable. As of today, I’ve unfriended Ahmadinejad on Facebook, and I plan to assume a rude tone with him next time we speak.” – Barack Obama A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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