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 || Thursday, January 29, 2015

11:00 am || Receives the Daily Briefing 3:20 pm || Meets with Secretary of State Kerry 5:05 pm || Departs White House 7:10 pm || Delivers remarks at the House Democratic Issues Conference; Philadelphia, PA 9:00 pm || Departs Philadelphia 10:00 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern Live stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm

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Michelle Dissed by Feudal Saudis

First Lady Michelle Obama chose not to wear a veil during her visit with President Obama to Saudi Arabia Wednesday. Good for her. We don’t’ cover our women here in the United States. Unlike in Saudi Arabia, American women are first class citizens. I’m glad she made the point. The Saudis also made their point, ostentatiously refusing to shake her hand in the receiving line. Apparently, Saudi men

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Did Job Growth Occur IN SPITE of Obama?

President Obama is walking around – I’m sorry, flying around, at taxpayer expense – bragging about how the economy is picking up and we’re creating jobs finally and unemployment is going down and THANK GOD FOR MY POLICIES. What policies? The stimulus was five years ago. That’s not making jobs today. That’s like saying I have to pee because of all that Gatorade I drank

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Aloha, Democrat Who Makes Sense

Well, not everyone who grew up in paradise finds it difficult to perceive reality. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Democrat of Hawaii, has no problem calling out a former – except for 16 days a year – resident of the Aloha State, Barack Obama, for the latter’s refusal to put the “Islamic” in Islamic extremism. As you probably know, for fear of offending somebody, the White House is

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The Obama Morning News || January 28, 2015

Red States get the deepest cuts under Obama . . . Between the 2009 and 2013 fiscal years, funding for a wide swath of discretionary grant programs, from Head Start preschool education to anti drug initiatives, fell by an average of 40 percent in Republican-leaning states like Texas and Mississippi. By contrast, funding to Democratic-leaning states such as California and politically competitive swing states like Ohio

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