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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U.S. Begins Airstrikes Against ISIS in Syria

The United States, accompanied by at least a few allies, began its bombing campaign Monday against ISIS targets in Syria. From the Wall Street Journal: Using Navy Tomahawk cruise missiles and Air Force fighter planes, including stealthy F-22s, the U.S. carried out plans for strikes against more than a dozen targets inside portions of Syria controlled by Islamic State militants, officials said. Adm. John Kirby,

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Obama Schedule || Tuesday, September 23, 2014

10:20 am || Departs White House 11:30 am || Arrives New York City 12:50 pm || Delivers remarks at the Climate Summit 2014; United Nations Building 2:00 pm || Delivers remarks at the Clinton Global Initiative; New York City 4:20 pm || Meets with USUN Mission employees and their families; New York City 5:15 pm || Delivers remarks at a fundrasier for Senate Democrats; private

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Fence Jumper Had 800 Rounds of Ammo in Car

The man who jumped the White House fence Friday night and made it into the executive mansion had 800 rounds of ammunition in his car and had previously been arrested with a variety of firearms and a map with the White House circled. Far from being the innocuous fence jumper initially portrayed, Omar Jose Gonzales of Texas, an Iraq war veteran, in fact now appears

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Government Trying to Silence Private Citizen’s Speech

The Democratic Party, in its quest for money and politically correct purity, has reached a new low. A private citizen made a statement that some would find offensive. Democrats in Congress are trying to put that citizen out of business. The citizen in question often makes controversial statements. He draws calumny from his opponents. And that is exactly whom the Framers intended to protect by

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Obama’s Sunday Golf

President Obama played about four hours of golf Sunday with his usual group of junior White House aides. The president touched down at Joint Base Andrews after spending Saturday at Camp David. It was his 40th outing of the year and the 197th of his presidency.

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Overheats at Climate Change March

The last thing a really wealthy liberal wants is to be taunted about the energy use – and the resulting costs to the environment – required to support their lavish lifestyles. But that’s what Michelle Fields of PJTV did to Robert Kennedy Sunday at the climate change march in Manhattan. And Kennedy, who must be far more accustomed to worshipful ass kissing, didn’t like it much,

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Dear Saul . . . Love, Hillary

Newly obtained letters between the young Hillary Clinton and Rules for Radicals author Saul Alinsky show that Hillary had a years-long and even personally close relationship with the leftist organizer that lasted right through and beyond Yale Law School. According to the Washington Free Beacon: Previously unpublished correspondence between Hillary Clinton and the late left-wing organizer Saul Alinsky reveal new details about her relationship with

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The Obama Morning News || September 22, 2014

Loquacious Lois . . . Well, she won’t talk to Congress, but she didn’t take the Fifth with Politico. Lois Lerner has no apologies and thinks she did nothing wrong: Employers won’t hire her. She’s been berated with epithets like “dirty Jew.” Federal agents have guarded her house because of death threats. And she’s spent hundreds of thousands of dollars defending herself against accusations she orchestrated a

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