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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OFA Campaigns to Get Young to Buy Unneeded Insurance

Thought you might enjoy this video, in which Obama’s political arm tries to get parents to tell their young adult kids to buy insurance they don’t want. It went out this morning to the millions – probably tens of millions – who are on the Organizing for Action email list. The young and healthy are the lifeblood of Obamacare. Without their dollars, the system can’t

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Did it Start With Aunt Zeituni?

President Obama in recent weeks has come to be seen as the “I didn’t know about it president,” claiming a lack of foreknowledge about a variety of controversial administration practices, ranging from the problems with the Obamacare website to the IRS targeting of the Tea Party. But there were early warning signs this could be a problem! Exactly four years ago today, on November 1,

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Wisconsin Town Bans Anti-Obama Protest

A Wisconsin town has banned the display of signs on a pedestrian overpass calling for President Obama’s impeachment, saying the signs could distract motorists, but Tea Party activists say the ban is an infringement on free speech. The protests, which occurred above an interstate highway in the town of Campbell, Wisconsin, are part of the nationwide “Overpasses for Impeachment” movement that has staged hundreds of rallies across

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The Obama Morning News || November 1, 2013

Obama aides mulled dumping Biden for Clinton . . . Washington Post Former chief of staff: It wasn’t serious . . . Associated Press Obamacare troubles have Democrats nervous . . . New York Times Six Obamacare signups the morning of first day . . . Fox News Google, Red Hat and Oracle to the rescue . . . Fox News Poll: Obamacare support low,

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