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

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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, September 28, 2016

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:00 am || Welcomes Kyle Busch and his team members to the White House; East Room 12:35 pm || Departs White House 1:30 pm || Arrives Richmond, Virginia 2:25 pm || Participates in a town hall conversation hosted by CNN; Fort Lee, Virginia 4:00 pm || Delivers remarks to the troops; Fort Lee, Virginia 5:20 pm || Departs Richmond 6:15 pm || Arrives White House

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Clinton Peppered with Marshmallow Questions by Press

Hillary Clinton Tuesday swung at softballs pitched to her by a press corps no doubt relieved that she’d escaped Monday’s debate without having a bad night. From the Washington Free Beacon: One reporter asked her, “What do you think were the most critical moments last night?” The follow-up question after that focused on how gender factored into the debate between her and Trump. “What about

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Trump May Not Have Outscored Clinton, But He Still Won

Here’s my take on the debate, which I did in a piece for LifeZette. From the article: Hillary Clinton may have won the debate on points. But this debate was not scored on points. Clinton was obviously better prepared. Famed for his slash and burn approach to debates, Trump was actually a bit less aggressive than Hillary, allowing her to land more blows while he

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Video || The Democrats’ ISIS Underestimation – a Review

One of the brightest points of Trump’s performance Monday night was his undeniable assertion that we wouldn’t have an ISIS problem if Clinton and President Obama had dealt with it in the first place. Here is a little history lesson for Mrs. Clinton H/T Washington Free Beacon.

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