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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Reporter Interrupts Obama; Earth Continues to Rotate

The Daily Caller White House reporter Neil Munro interrupted President Obama today in the Rose Garden as Obama was describing his new immigration policy. This is a pretty big breach of protocol. I’ve actually never seen anyone do this. But Munro, who asked about the effect of Obama’s policy on American workers, says he thought Obama was finishing and did not mean to interrupt him.

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Obama Imposes Partial Dream Act by Fiat

The Obama administration made an end run around Congress directly into the arms of Latino voters, saying it would stop deporting illegal immigrants under 30 who came to the United States before they turned 16. Latinos overwhelmingly back the president over Mitt Romney, but the Obama campaign is concerned about how many will turn up at the polls amid disenchantment over Obama’s failure to press

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Does “Blame Bush First” Work?

President Obama is widely ridiculed and criticized, including by me, for blaming all his problems on George W. Bush. Obama’s motto, carefully constructed by his political operatives, remains, “The buck stops here.” Of course, “here” being Dallas, Texas, WHERE BUSH LIVES. But Obama and his advisers may be onto something. No, it’s still untrue. I mean, yes, President Obama walked into a bad situation, though

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