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


Latest Partner to Ditch Trump Could Face Massive Lawsuit

World renowned Washington DC-based chef Jose Andres told the Washington Post Wednesday that he is backing out of a deal to open the flagship restaurant of Donald Trump’s new luxury Washington hotel because of comments The Donald made about immigration. Well, not so fast. Andres, who himself is an immigrant from Spain who has spoken out in the past on immigration issues, said he’s finished with

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OECD: U.S. Economic Growth to Slow Again

One of the enduring myths of the past few years, trumpeted by the White House and accepted by much of the press, is that President Obama has led the economy back to a state of strong, or even solid, growth. Despite annual evidence to the contrary, the myth persists. If you climb Mount Olympus on your Greek vacation this summer and find Zues hanging out

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REDLINE || Wednesday, June 8, 2015

Wednesday, July 8, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Obama is going to strike an Iran deal and there isn’t a single thing Congress can do about it except complain; Hillary: “Trust me!”; PGA hands Trump a double bogie; DOJ demanded IRS targeting records before Congress got them; Greece gets until Sunday; and Jimmy Carter says Jesus would support gay marriage. Have a great day.

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