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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The Talk of CPAC

National Harbor, MD – Let me give you the vibe that I’m getting from conservatives at CPAC. Not the kids. There are plenty of kids here, and they tend toward libertarian and they love Rand Paul. He will probably win the annual straw poll, although it’s not a certainty. He has a rival who has inspired lot of passion, whom I’ll get to in a

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Jeb Finds Some Love at CPAC

National Harbor, MD – He didn’t receive a wild reception, but nor was it merely polite. Answering a series of very direct questions from Sean Hannity before a packed house of conservatives at CPAC today, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush portrayed himself as a serious conservative while preventing his differences with his audience from inviting open hostility. I think he would judge his appearance here a

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Walker, the Wisconsin Unions, and ISIS: Bravo!

I’ve grown so, stupendously sick of what has become a routinely emitted burst of inanity by the intellectually crippled, some of whom are our putative thought leaders: That if you mention two things together in a sentence, you think they are alike. Thursday at CPAC, responding to a question about how he would handle ISIS, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, referring to his battle in Wisconsin against

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Quote of the Day || February 27, 2015

“Of course I didn’t do anything for those foreign donors as Secretary of State. In fact, I didn’t do anything as Secretary of State. – Hillary Clinton A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

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