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


The False Comparison Being Made Between the Clinton and Trump Responses to Impeachment

This kind of thing is all over the place in the press. President Trump’s admittedly over-the-top remarks Tuesday in response to his acquittal in his impeachment trial are being compared to the “dignity” of Bill Clinton’s response to his own acquittal. Any of us who covered Bill Clinton will recognize the typical fake emotion the man could summon when he needed it. In this case,

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Trump Can’t Lose This Week: Employers Add 225K jobs

Wednesday and Thursday, even the liberal press was saying this was the best week of Donald Trump’s presidency. And then the Labor Department announced that the economy had added 225,000 jobs. The unemployment rate went up from an insanely low 3.5 percent to 3.6 percent. But that’s actually a good thing, because it is the result of more people deciding not to give up and

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Trump Charging Secret Service Exorbitant Rates to Protect Him at His Properties

This is not great. Although the source is the Washington Post, which has gone so off the deep end against President Trump that they are hard to trust. Still, it seems the news is backed up by documentation. According to the Post: President Trump’s company charges the Secret Service for the rooms agents use while protecting him at his luxury properties — billing U.S. taxpayers

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Trump Schedule || Friday, February 7, 2020

11:00 am || Departs White House 12:30 pm || Arrives Charlotte, North Carolina 1:20 pm || Delivers remarks at the North Carolina Opportunity Now Summit; Charlotte2:30 pm || Departs Charlotte4:00 pm || Arrives White House 7:30 pm || Delivers remarks at a fundraiser for Republican governors; Washington  All times Eastern 

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