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


Biden to Iran: the “Window is Closing”

Vice President Biden Monday warned Iran that time is running short for it to to avoid a military attack by giving up its nuclear weapons program. In some of the strongest language yet from the White House toward Iran, Biden suggested during an address to AIPAC, the Israeli lobby, that the diplomatic process must yield results soon or war will occur. But as I made clear

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Obama Approval Crashes as Sequester Kicks In

While conventional wisdom holds that Republicans will incur the wrath of voters for the sequester, President Obama’s approval rating has taken a sizable hit in just the past few days, suggesting he may claim a significant portion of the blame. Obama’s approval rating stood at 53 percent February 27 and at 51 percent on March 1, the day the sequester began – about the level where

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Quote of the Day || March 5, 2013

“Quarterly meetings with Obama? $500,000. Doing a 180 on money in politics? Priceless.” – David Plouffe A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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The Obama Morning News || March 5, 2013

Obama picks signal climate change fight . . . New York Times Cabinet getting freer rein to make policy . . . Washington Post GOP fears fallout to health program cuts . . . Washington Post Sequester hits but Feds keep hiring . . . Washington Times White House backs unlocking cell phones . . . Reuters Israeli politics put Obama trip in jeopardy . .

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