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


Trump Tops White House Dossier Poll

Donald Trump won the White House Dossier Republican presidential candidate poll with just under 26 percent of the vote, easily outpacing his nearest rivals, Scott Walker, who garnered 19.6 percent of the vote and Ted Cruz, who received a little over 18 percent. Trump’s victory no doubt reflects the massive publicity he has received since announcing his candidacy nearly a month ago. But it also likely indicates

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OPM Director Archuleta Resigns

Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta resigned Friday, a day after it was revealed that some 22 million people – millions more than had previously been admitted – had their data hacked by what is believed to be Chinese attackers. Beth Cobert, the U.S. Chief Performance Officer and a deputy director at the Office of Management and Budget, will take over as acting director

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REDLINE || Friday, July 9, 2015

​Friday, July 10, 2015​ Good morning! In the news today: Iran doesn’t take the deal; Trump tops new poll; he won’t commit to backing GOP nominee; Obama immigration order imperiled; Greece caves; the Pope rebukes Bolivian leader for gift with Communist symbol; and Dems want to erase terms “husband” and “wife;” and . . .   Have a great day. Keith   No deal! Not yet,

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