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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Quote of the Day || January 8, 2014

“Hey Biden, here’s a riddle. What do you call someone who donated $10,000 to my campaign.” “What?” “Ambassador!” – Barack Obama A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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Obama’s $15.56 Billion Deception

I don’t know. Maybe that’s small by Obama standards. President Obama traveled to Wayne, Michigan Wednesday to take a “victory lap” in his bailout of the auto industry. Now, whether Obama’s approach to the automakers’ bankruptcy bailout – designed as a gift to the United Autoworkers union – did any better for Detroit than the more neutral bankruptcy advocated by Republicans like Mitt Romney is anyone’s guess. We

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Obama Calls Paris Attack “Terrorism,” But Won’t Say “Islamist”

In order to win the war on terror, we have to be clear first that we’re in a war, and second about who we’re fighting. The Obama administration doesn’t appear to have much of a notion about either. President Obama today condemned the terrorist attack in Paris but failed to mention the obvious perpetrators, Islamist terrorists. I mean, even if he wants to be cautious,

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The Obama Morning News || January 7, 2014

Will Obama hand Gitmo to Cuba? . . . President Obama’s drive to normalize ties with communist Cuba is raising new concerns among security officials and experts that the administration will give up the strategic naval base at Guantanamo Bay in deal with Havana. Washington Free Beacon Obama launches three-day roadshow . . . Obama on Wednesday heads to Detroit, where the president plans to kick off a

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Obama Invites Congressional Leaders to White House

President Obama will meet with congressional leaders from both parties at the White House next Tuesday, January 13, the White House announced yesterday. “This will be an opportunity for them to talk about a range of issues, most importantly, the legislative agenda for 2015 as well as a couple of foreign policy issues as well,” said White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest.

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