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


Quote of the Day || June 7, 2012

“There was a lot of cheating in Wisconsin. I mean, poll workers were denying dead people the right to vote. And that’s just not right.” – Barack Obama A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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Obama Schedule || Thursday, June 7, 2012

10:20 am PT || Makes remarks at a fundraiser; private residence, Los Angeles 11:20 am PT || Departs Los Angeles 12:20 pm PT || Arrives Las Vegas 12:50 pm PT || Delivers remarks on college loans; University of Las Vegas 2:00 pm PT || Departs Las Vegas 9:25 pm ET || Arrives White House

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The Contemptibly Cautious Mr. Romney

Amid much talk about the White House distancing itself from Tuesday’s recall vote, it’s worth noting the other candidate for the presidency who did the same Wisconsin avoidance dance. That would be Mitt Romney, who doesn’t seem to understand the significance of what happened in Wisconsin, or doesn’t care enough to have risked putting a dog in the fight. The Wisconsin battle was everything Romney

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Obama Not Scheduled to Commemorate D-Day

It’s D-Day and President Obama is hitting the beaches – of sunny California! Instead of scheduling a brief event to mark the 68th anniversary of America’s brutal landing on the shores of Normandy, Obama is already on his way to San Francisco, where he will hold two fundraisers before moving on to Beverly Hills to stage two more. Obama failed to mark D-Day with either

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Shhh . . . The President is Sleeping

President Obama’s job keeps him busy, and with the added amount of fundraising he’s been doing in recent weeks, he can often be found “working” late. Many of us are forced on occasion to work into the evening, but the president is availing himself of an option most of us don’t have: He’s sleeping in. Obama’s constant fundraising and travel, it appears, is making it

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