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 || Wednesday, June 6, 2018

11:30 am || Receives his intelligence briefing 12:15 pm || Participates in the signing ceremony for S. 2372 – VA Mission Act of 2018; Rose Garden 2:00 pm || Visits Federal Emergency Management Agency Headquarters and gets a 2018 Hurricane Briefing; Washington 3:30 pm || Meets with Republican senators; Cabinet Room 8:00 pm || Hosts the White House IFTAR; State Dining Room All times Eastern

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Kelly Sadler, Who Mocked McCain, is Out of the White House

Looks like the White House bowed to political correctness. The Trump White House. It’s not 100 percent clear if this was part of the communications shop reorg that was planned or the result of her comments about Sen. John McCain dying. But it sure appears it was the latter. Particularly since she can’t possibly be responsible for the leak about her comment. According to CNN:

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Job Openings Hit a Record High in April

The number of job openings in the country reached 6.7 million in April, a record for the 18 years the Department of Labor has been keeping score. That’s an increase from appoximately 5.46 million openings when President Trump took office. Many of the current openings are in the supposedly moribund manufacturing sector, which Trump had pledged to revive. According to MarketWatch: There were more openings

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Video || Bill Clinton Does Not Like Being Asked About a Certain Something

In an interview on the Today show Monday, Bill Clinton got testy and said he did not owe Monica Lewinsky a private apology, arguing that he had apologized publicly 20 years ago. By Monday night, he realized that this wasn’t too cool in the #MeToo era. “I meant it then and I meant it now. I apologize to my family, to Monica Lewinsky and her

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