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 || Thursday, January 18, 2018

10:00 am || Meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson 11:00 am || Meets with senior military leadership; The Pentagon 12:35 pm || Departs Pentagon 2:10 pm || Arrives Pittsburgh 2:45 pm || Tours H&K Equipment Company; Coraopolis, Pennsylvania 3:05 pm || Makes remarks at H&K Equipment Company 3:50 pm || Departs Pittsburgh 5:05 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern

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CNN Dominates Trump “Fake News Awards”

President Trump’s “fake news awards were listed tonight on the Republican National Committee website. CNN took home to most awards, four of the 11. Fox went home empty-handed. Oddly, so did MSNBC and Mika and Joe, who have been warring with the president all year. Here they are: 1. The New York Times’ Paul Krugman claimed on the day of President Trump’s historic, landslide victory

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Sanders: If Trump were Anyone Else, Media Would Trumpet his Success

Well, unless he was Ronald Reagan. But the point is well taken. Sanders said today of Trump: If he was anybody else, the media would be going on and on trumpeting his successes. We have the best economy we’ve had in decades. People are back at work. Things are going well for America, and we have a  president that is putting our country first. And

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Trump Immigration Stance Could Cause Calif. to Lose Money, House Seat

From Politico: Fear is rising among Democrats over the prospect that President Donald Trump’s hard line on immigration might ultimately cost California a seat in Congress during the upcoming round of reapportionment. Top Democrats here are increasingly worried the administration’s restrictive policies — and the potential inclusion of a question about citizenship on the next U.S. census — could scare whole swaths of California’s large

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