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 to Name Lew to Treasury Thursday. But Why?

President Obama will announce Thursday that he is choosing White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew to replace Timothy Geithner as Treasury Secretary, according to Reuters. Yes, the same Jack Lew who as Obama’s Office of Management and Budget director and White House chief of staff has overseen Obama’s annual trillion dollar-plus deficits, lousy economy, and persistently high unemployment. Quite a success story. What’s more,

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Quote of the Day || January 9, 2012

“Mr. President, I have some bad news. Eric Cantor called and said Boehner won’t be coming over for any more unsupervised playdates.” – White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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Obama Golfed in Hawaii with Former Rezko Crony

While on vacation in Hawaii this month, President Obama played golf with Allison Davis, a former business partner of Tony Rezko who also helped give Obama his start in the legal profession. Rezko is the former Obama associate and fundraiser who was convicted of corruption and fraud and currently sits in prison. Davis, who is male, partnered with Rezko on a series of government-funded low

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The Obama Morning News || January 9, 2013

Push in WH for only 2,500 Afghanistan troops . . . Washington Post Graham to hold up Brennan over Benghazi . . . Washington Times GOP will extract a price for Cabinet choices . . . Politico White House to meet with NRA . . . Washington Times Prosecutor to look into Gregory gun incident . . . Washington Post Hagel pick: The final snub

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