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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Hope Hicks Returning to the White House

I’m not sure what her official job is. But I am pretty certain the main reason she is returning is because President Trump misses her, wants her back, and needs her. And I’m not surprised. The White House is a hard place to work, but especially if the boss likes you, it’s an incredible experience. According to the Washington Examiner: Hope Hicks, President Trump’s former

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Video || Lady With a Bag Takes Over Bloomberg Rally

Looks like this woman seized the stage during the warmup for Michael Bloomberg. Kind of funny, they couldn’t just drag her off. “That is not democracy. That is plutocracy,” she yells. There’s going to be a lot of this, because the left ain’t gonna be happy with Michael Bloomberg. I think in a lot of cases, their hatred for Donald Trump is not going to

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Nunes: Get Ready for More News About Bad Behavior by Mueller Prosecutors

No scandals during the Obama administration? There were plenty, and the Russia investigation can of worms is still being peeled open. According to the Washington Examiner: Rep. Devin Nunes predicted more fallout from then-special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. After the Justice Department recommended a steep prison sentence for Trump confidant Roger Stone, which was walked back on Tuesday, the California Republican said that “this

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Trump Mocks NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Brother Just Before Meeting

“Don’t bring Fredo,” President Trump tweets just before meeting with the governor at the White House. From the Washington Examiner: President Trump jabbed CNN host Chris Cuomo not long before he is set to meet with his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The president and the governor are scheduled to meet Thursday afternoon to discuss some of the issues facing the state of New

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