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, December 13, 2011

10:30 am || Does a round of regional television interviews with WVEC, Norfolk, Virginia; WEAR, Pensacola, Florida; KOAA, Colorado Springs, Colorado; and KIRO, Seattle, Washington; Diplomatic Room 11:25 am || Delivers remars at fundraiser; Washington All times Eastern Live stream of Carney briefing at 12:45 pm

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Recession-Proof White House Sports 37 Xmas Trees

Despite the recession and a recent directive by President Obama to the agencies to try to save money on the little things, the Obamas have spared no expense decorating the White House, deluging the place with with an army of Christmas trees and baking enough gingerbread to single-handedly defeat Michelle’s anti-obesity campaign. From Investors Business Daily: They have also installed 37 different Christmas trees. Thirty

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A Few Charities I’d Like to Share with You

This is, of course, the time of giving, and I thought I would let you know about a couple of charities that I like and invite you to share in the comments section any recommended charities or favorite causes that you want our readers to know about. I’d like to emphasize that there’s no pressure from me to contribute to these particular charities – or

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Is Obama Enlisting Jesus in his Campaign?

President Obama has been invoking Jesus Christ a lot lately, and it’s hard to see another reason for this new behavior other than it appeals to a certain large group of voters who tend to be believers. In his Christmas-related remarks this year, Obama has been much more personal about his own belief and for the first time invoked the name of Jesus Christ, departing

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