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


Mr. President: Don’t Free Jonathan Pollard

One of the most prominent features of President Obama’s trip to Israel has been the incessant stream of demands he incurred for the release of convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard. Press pool reports say the motorcade route is often stocked with people holding signs to free Pollard. Obama was heckled during his Jerusalem speech by someone demanding Pollard be set loose. And no doubt, Obama

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Obama Departs The Holy Land Safely

Let me just say, Obama is in the air, and I’m glad he’s safe. This trip had to have been a security nightmare. My gravest concern was during his visit to the Palestinian territories, which are about as well organized and predictable as a colony of penguins on LSD. Who knows what was in the minds of the troops Obama reviewed with President Abbas –

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Sticker Shock: Obamacare Could Double Some Rates

The nation’s biggest health insurers are privately telling brokers to brace customers for a severe Obamacare sticker shock next year, sharing projections that rates could go up steeply for small businesses and more than double for those with individual plans, according to the Wall Street Journal. As the Journal notes, the situation in the real world contrasts with the portrait being painted by the Obama

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The Obama Morning News || March 22, 2013

Obama urges Palestinians to begin talks . . . Washington Post Obama visits Israel’s Holocaust Memorial . . . New York Times Are Kerry and Obama on the same page? . . . Politico GOP: Obama must evaluate border security . . . New York Times Progressive protests Obama housing official . . . Daily Caller Many challenges ahead for Obamacare . . . Politico Push

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