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 Family Considers Selling Its Banner Washington Hotel

If you come to Washington, the Trump hotel has to be one of your destinations. The lobby, with its bars and seating, is spectacular. The other fun part is that you never know who Republican glamosphere you’re going to see there. Tucker, Rudy, Lewandowski, etc., etc. Anyway, looks like they’re going to flip the property. I like it as it is, but I hope the

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Bezos’s Amazon Loses Huge Pentagon Contract

Under the ownership of Jeff Bezos, the once-decent, if always somewhat biased, Washington Post has become a nonstop anti-Trump attack machine. The newspaper, with its opinion pieces masked as legitimate news, is ruining journalism, or whatever is left of it. So now, Bezos is paying a price for his indulgence. Sweet. From . . . the Washington Post: The Pentagon awarded its controversial $10 billion

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Trump: “Treasonous” Obama Spied on My Campaign

The left-wing MSM is handling the investigation into what the Obama administration did in 2016 as a politically-based conspiracy theory. They have no interest in malfeasance by the Obama administration and the possibility that Obama and his allies sought to subvert the election and hobble the newly elected president. Trump, in a new book, calls Obama treasonous. From the Washington Examiner: President Trump has ratched

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Pence: NBA a ‘Wholly Owned Subsidiary’ of China

Vice President Pence Thursday assailed the NBC and Nike for their hypocrisy, pretending to stand for social justice — except when it comes to their bottom line, which dictates that they not anger communist China over Hong Kong. All this is true. How about calling on Americans to reconsider buying products made in China, and to call on businesses to start finding other low-wage countries

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