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


Video || This is Why Trump’s Journo-Bashing Scores Points

Watch here as the three CBS This Morning anchors nod together in self-satisfied disgust at the failure to advance gun control. As if there wasn’t a conservative in their audience or another opinion in the land. How smug, and ultimately, how dumb. To be so sure of one’s opinions that nobody could possibly disagree, and to be so blithely unaware that, as “mainstream” journalists, they

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Obama Phones it In, Poorly

President Obama failed to even call Florida Gov. Rick Scott in the aftermath of the Orlando shootings. But this should come as no surprise, as I wrote in a piece running today in LifeZette: Whether it comes to his policies or his use of the phone, Obama, it seems, always makes the wrong call. Last July, another Islamist terrorist killed four Marines and mortally wounded

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The Obama Economy and the Fed’s New Pessimism

Remember all that talk over the previous months about steady interest rate increases by the Fed? Well, forget about it. The Fed made clear this week that it understands that the Obama economy is not going anywhere and, therefore, neither are rates. President Obama actually thinks he’s doing a great job with the economy. The Federal Reserve knows better. Scary. Because one of the least-remarked

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