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


House Republicans Cave on the Debt Ceiling

House Republicans decided today to allow a vote to increase the debt ceiling for three months, insisting that in the interim the Senate must pass a budget, which the Senate hasn’t done in years. The previous House position was that there would be no debt ceiling increase unless there are corresponding cuts. But all that went out the window as Republicans decided not to confront

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Obama to Create Mass Organization Devoted to Obama

President Obama will remake his presidential campaign into a massive new movement  devoted to supporting his agenda, an unprecedented move that creates a brand new political organization devoted not to a Party, not to an idea – but to one charismatic leader. The group, to be called Organizing for Action, opens for business Sunday, the day Obama is officially inaugurated. If this type of organization

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The Obama Morning News || January 18, 2013

Dems split over gun legislation . . . New York Times GOP may offer short-term debt limit deal . . . New York Times Hurdles for Obamacare contraception mandate . . . Washington Times WH Jobs Council hasn’t met for a year . . . Politico Doctors enlisted for gun control? . . . Fox News Cheney speaks in new film about his life .

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