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


Obama Schedule || Wednesday, March 20, 2013

12:25 pm || Arrives Tel Aviv 12:30 pm || Takes part in arrival ceremony; Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv 1:30 pm || Views Israeli missile defense battery; Ben Gurion International Airport, Tel Aviv 4:00 pm || Arrives at the residence of President Peres; Jerusalem 4:10 pm || Participates in a tree planting ceremony; President’s Residence, Jerusalem 5:05 pm || Delivers statement to the press

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Are Republicans Getting Smart?

I know this is hard to believe, but Republicans may be outmaneuvering President Obama on an important issue. According to Politico, Republican leaders in upcoming weeks will be drilling into your brain that they want to balance the budget, while Democrats do not. Because its true AND it polls well, they’ve found. In a weird interlude of political honesty, Obama admitted last week he doesn’t want

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Sequester or No, St. Patrick’s Day Party Rolls On at White House

Layoffs and furloughs are in store, delays at airports are on the way, and tours of the White House are cancelled, but the White House has found the money for a full day of St Patrick’s celebrations today honoring a minor U.S. ally but a major U.S. voting bloc. The festival of everything Irish culminates in a lavish East Room party tonight that will no

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The Obama Morning News || March 19, 2013

Obama hopes to assure Israel on Iran . . . New York Times Stopping attack by Israel is trip’s real goal . . . Paul Mirengoff Republican to block Obama’s Labor pick . . . Washington Times Dramatic rise in suport for gay marriage . . . ABC News Assault weapons ban loses steam . . . Politico Obama continues video outreach to Iran . .

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