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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Obama’s Wrong Message on Ferguson

Reacting to the decision by the grand jury in Ferguson not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the killing of Michael Brown, President Obama’s message last night was clear: It’s understandable to be angry, but please don’t break anything. “There are Americans who agree with (the decision), and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry,” Obama said. “It’s an understandable reaction.” What, exactly,

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Did Holder Cause the National Guard to be Kept From Ferguson?

The Republican Lieutenant governor of Missouri today said he believes the state’s Democratic Governor, Jay Nixon, did not deploy National Guard troops to Ferguson to prevent the outbreak of violence because of pressure from the Obama administration to keep them away. “Here’s my question that the governor must answer,” Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder said today. “Is the reason that the national guard was not in

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Former Senior Obama Aide: Ferguson a License to Kill Blacks

Joshua DuBois, who headed the Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships for the four years of President Obama’s first term, thinks Ferguson shows its open season on African Americans. “It feels like we’ve given license, that a person is intimidated by a black person in this country, you can pull out your gun and shoot them,” he said. This should give you an idea

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The Obama Morning News || November 25, 2014

Holder: Civil rights investigation continues . . . The federal government’s investigation into the shooting death of Michael Brown “remains ongoing,” Attorney General Eric Holder said Monday after a grand jury decided against indicting the officer who shot and killed the Ferguson teenager. Calling Brown’s death “a tragedy,” Holder said his department is still examining the possibility of bringing civil rights charges against Ferguson officer Darren

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