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 || Tuesday, April 29, 2014

9:10 am PHT || Views the COMET electric vehicle; Sofitel Philippine Plaza Hotel, Manila, Philippines 10:15 am || Delivers remarks to the troops; Fort Bonifacio, Manila 11:05 pm || Participates in a wreath laying ceremony; The Manila American Cemetery 12:05 pm || Departs Manila 5:45 pm EDT|| Arrives White House All times except for the White House arrival are Philippines time, which is 12 hours

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Obama’s Back End Blues

Now stop it. Not that back end. It always amazes me how fictions, repeated by the administration and parroted by the press as if engaged in responsive prayer, eventually become accepted gospel. You know, like “the debate over global warming is over.” Or another one I keep noticing, “Obama is a reformed smoker.” Actually, he still chews Nicorette. It’s the nicotine that’s the addiction, not

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Kerry: Israel May be on the Road to Apartheid

Secretary of State John Kerry found his own unique way of marking Yom HaShaoh – Holocaust Remembrance Day – by proposing that Israel is destined, if it doesn’t make peace with the Palestinians, to become an “apartheid state.” Speaking to the Trilateral Commission Friday, Kerry said that unless Israel agrees to the birth of the Palestinian state he is feverishly trying to midwife, it will become the

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Obama: U.S. has “Work to Do” on Human Rights

Does he mean like imprisoning someone for making an anti-Muslim videotape? Then yes, maybe he’s right. President Obama’s love of moral relativism was back on display Sunday in Malaysia, where he excused that country’s human rights violations by suggesting the United States had some of its own. From his press conference with Prime Minister Najib of Malaysia. I think the Prime Minister is the first

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The Obama Morning News || April 28, 2014

Obama blasts foreign policy critics . . . Washington Times Obama announces new Russia sanctions . . . Reuters Obama assails “racist” statement . . . Politico Dems fear Obama could give in . . . Politico Did Obama say “Allah willing”? . . . CNS News Palin’s influence wanes . . . Washington Post Rand Paul wins Maine straw poll . . . Newsmax Huckabee

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