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


Obamacare Flowchart Released

The Department of Health and Human Services today published this chart, which I think finally explains in clear terms how Obamacare works. I myself had been wondering. H/T to Publius’ Forum.

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Obama Has Played Golf Every Day of 2014

Updated at 4:49 pm ET I mean, really. I don’t play golf, so maybe I don’t get it. But you golfers out there, is this not obsessive? If Obama went to church two out of every three days on vacation – I know this would never happen, but stick with me here – wouldn’t he be labeled A RELIGIOUS FANATIC and watched carefully by the

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President Obama and Duck Dynasty

Political correctness is a threat to the republic. It says, at bottom, that hurt feelings are more important than free speech. That some members of society have a right to mold the thoughts of others. It’s exactly the reverse of what was intended by the first amendment, which sought to protect speech from the anger and totalitarianism of the insulted and aggrieved. But today, the

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Video || Obama Putts on the 18th

I know this is going to be a shock to you, but President Obama began 2014 with a round of golf. The White House let the press take a look for the second time of Obama’s Hawaii vacation. Seems like a nice gesture, but it turns out parts of the course are viewable from the street, which suggests the White House is at least partially

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The Obama Morning News || January 2, 2013

Boehner may embrace immigration changes . . . New York Times It’s showtime for Obamacare . . . Politico Day 1: More cancelled plans than enrollments . . . Daily Caller Sotomoyor ruling sets off new battle . . . Washington Times White House stands by birth control rule . . . Politico Obamacare bending the health cost curve? . . . National Journal WH pushes

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