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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Trump Schedule || Tuesday, February 7, 2017

9:00 am || Recieves his daily intelligence briefing 9:30 am || Meets with county sheriffs; Roosevelt Room 10:45 am || Meets with Veterans Affairs officials; Roosevelt Room 1:30 pm || Meets with House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah 3:00 pm || Meets with Secretary of State Tillerson 5:00 pm || Hosts Green Berets Qualification Course Young Officers

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Secret Service Spouses Create Online Petition Demanding Agent’s Ouster

The spouses of several Secret Service agents are circulating a petition calling for the immediate removal of the special agent who wrote on Facebook that she would rather face “jail time” than take “a bullet” for President Trump, the Washington Examiner reported. The spouses, who requested anonymity out of fear of retribution against their husbands and wives, are speaking out against the special agent in

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CNN Declines to Book Conway in Part Due to “Credibility Issues”

After all the lies and attempts to mislead by the Obama administration, CNN decides Kellyanne Conway is not credible. From the Washington Examiner: Tensions are rising between top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway and CNN, the network her boss, President Trump, loves to hate. A source at CNN told the Washington Examiner on Monday that the network’s weekend show, “State of the Union,” declined to

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Justice Department Destroys Case Against Trump Travel Ban

Washington Examiner columnist Byron York shows how President Trump is clearly within the law with his immigration order banning travel from seven countries where terrorist organizations operate. And he indicates part of what is animating the Seattle judge who stayed to order is the judges own opinion on national security matters. From the piece: James Robart, the U.S. district judge in Washington State, offered little

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