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, May 28, 2015

10:40 am || Tours the National Hurricane Center; Miami, Florida 11:05 am || Receives the annual hurricane season outlook and preparedness briefing; National Hurricane Center, Miami 3:00 pm || Departs Miami 5:30 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern

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Hillary’s Hair Color Advantage

Here’s Hillary discussing why she won’t go grey, like the rest of the presidents, from the stress of the job. Actually, I thought this was pretty good. I’ve never understood people’s obsession with her various hair styles. Gosh, the woman just likes to experiment and have some fun. It’s not an identity crisis every time a woman changes the way her hair looks. People should

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Top Ten “Consulting” Services Offered by Bill Clinton

So, we learn today that Bill Clinton established a secret company through which he funneled secret earnings that the Clintons tried to keep secret. The work was for “consulting.” It’s a common job around Washington, consulting. Who knows what it means? That’s why I sent a team of reporters to find out just what kind of consulting advice Bill Clinton was offering to his well-heeled

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White House Excuse for Ramadi Defeat: Lack of Diversity

No, really. You’re not misreading the headline. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest Tuesday exculpated Obama’s Iraq strategy and instead blamed Iraqi leaders’ failure to integrate their armed forces for the dramatic loss of Ramadi to ISIS. Earnest said: What we have indicated all along is that it will require a multi-sectarian force to succeed against ISIL.  And the reason for that is Iraq is

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REDLINE || Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Thursday, May 28, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Sidney Blumenthal was on the Clinton Foundation payroll while advising Hillary at State; U.S. pilots hamstrung in ISIS fight; five Republicans tied for lead; brutal heat wave continues in India; and California’s water shortage offers hope for the GOP. Have a great day. Keith   Blumenthal paid $10K per month by Clinton Foundation . . . Even

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