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’s Compassionless Vacation

President Obama is one of those types, often seen among liberals, who care deeply about abstractions and are angry about the “oppression” of the have nots by the haves. But when it comes to the person right next to them? Meh. For Obama, what gets him going are the social justice issues that he started getting angry about in his dorm room at Occidental, particularly racism,

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House Oversight to Hold Clinton Perjury Hearing

According to USA Today: A House panel will probe FBI officials next month over whether Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton perjured herself in testimony to Congress last year about her use of private email servers while she was secretary of state. Republican committee members plan to bring up the perjury issue at a House Judiciary Committee hearing in September that will focus on oversight of

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House Panel Catalogues Clinton’s Lies

The House Oversight Committee released a video showing very clearly the lies told by Hillary Clinton before the panel by contrasting her statements with those of FBI Director Comey. There are several of them, and they are striking. Is Hillary Clinton to big for perjury?

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