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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Live Stream || CNBC Republican Debate

CNBC is not offering a live stream of the debate, unfortunately. I will leave this post up so that everyone can comment while watching on CNBC. UPDATE: There is a livestream available here if you don’t have access to a TV: http://www.rentadrone.tv/cnbc-live-stream/ Thanks to one of our readers, BP, for the link.

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Obama to Cut Government Purchases of Plaques

Okay, well now we’re getting serious. I had thought, having failed to make any kind of serious proposal to reform entitlements while instead raising spending levels to post-war highs, that President Obama maybe wasn’t very interested in cutting costs. How wrong I was! In an executive order signed today, the president of the United States demanded that the government stop purchasing so many plaques and

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Obama and Sarkozy: The Secret Transcript

In a remarkable scoop, White House Dossier has obtained a transcript of the portion of the private chat between President Obama and French President Nicolas Sarkozy that was not accidentally broadcast to reporters. It seems their conversation went from bad to worse. We faithfully relay it to you here. ******** Sarkzoy: Liar! Zat Netanyahu is a liar. And I told him so to his face.

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Live Stream || CNBC Republican Debate

UPDATE: You can watch the December 10, 2011 debate in Iowa at this link. Good morning! I’ll live stream the Republican debate tonight if CNBC allows it, so that everyone can comment in real time. This should be a good one, with Iowa creeping up on us. The fun begins at 8 pm ET. Don’t be late! Keith

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