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


Democrats to Vote on Impeachment Resolution Thursday

This has been the first impeachment inquiry not to be authorized by a vote of the House, and the question of whether it was legitimate might have otherwise made its way to the Supreme Court, where the Democrats may well have lost. From a “Dear Colleague” letter by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: For weeks, the President, his Counsel in the White House, and his allies

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Mother of Kayla Mueller: My Daughter Might be Alive if Obama was as “Decisive” as Trump

Nope. Decisive is one thing Barack Obama was not. He was also not a lot of other things. Good things, that he was not. According to Fox News: The family of slain aid worker and ISIS prisoner Kayla Mueller on Sunday praised President Trump and the commandos who pulled off the daring raid that killed ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi — but also delivered a stinging rebuke regarding President Obama’s handling of Mueller’s capture. Mueller,

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Betting Sites Say Mnuchin Most Likely Replacement for Mulvaney

I don’t think so. Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin is not Trumpy enough. It’s not my sense that President Trump wants him around – he almost never meets with him. One person not being named who might be Trump’s choice, should he get rid of Mick Mulvaney, is Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. He loves Pompeo. Meets with him every week. Another possibility: Rep. Mark

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Video || Trump and Melania Booed at the World Series

President Trump and Melania were booed when they showed up at the fifth game of the world series between the Washington National and the Houston Astros. That’s a badge of honor, of course. It’s Washington. The town only votes for Democrats, and he was elected to turn the place upside down. “Lock him up,” was another chant. Incredibly a Democratic senator, Chris Coons of Delaware,

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