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


Video || An Ebola Update from President Obama

Released Saturday by the White House: Today, President Obama spoke to the nation about Ebola — how the Administration is responding, and what you should know. The Ebola virus is a public health and national security priority, and the President has directed the Administration to continue to take aggressive measures at every level of government. President Obama reiterated that, while Ebola is a serious disease,

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Obama on the Fairways

President Obama is playing golf today at Fort Belvoir in Virginia. His partners are two of the usual junior White House aides, Joe Paulsen and Marvin Nicholson, and sportswriter Tony Kornheiser. It’s the 44th time the 44th president has played this year and outing #201 of his presidency.

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Obama Quietly Begins Unilateral Immigration Reform

President Obama Friday made a downpayment on the sweeping immigration “reform” he is expected to unilaterally declare once the elections are out of the way, permitting up to around 100,000 prospective Haitian immigrants to bypass immigration law and enter the country. The move, a typical Friday announcement designed to attract minimum notice, eliminated wait times for future Florida Democratic voters Haitians who have been approved to

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