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


Trump Poised to Propose Letting Taiwan Into the WHO

The U.S. has circulated a draft proposal to give Taiwan “observer status” in the World Health Organization, according to Fox news. There is no reason other than to appease China that Taiwan is not in the organization, and furthermore, no other reason that Taiwan is an international pariah. Meantime, the Chinese Community Party is viciously oppressing the Uighurs in Xinjiang Province, not to mention its

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#MAGAA? Trump Forced to Use “Make America Great Again,” Again

So much for “Keep America Great.” Throw out those new hats and get the old ones of the closet. According to the Washington Examiner: President Trump is bringing back “Make America Great Again” as a campaign rallying cry as the coronavirus upends plans to run for reelection on the strength of a roaring economy.  The Trump campaign is investing “mid-seven figures” to run a new television advertisement on

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“The Committee to Draft Michelle Obama” is Formed

I don’t know how seriously to take this. But recent history shows that with respect to presidential politics, everything must be taken seriously. She would probably be the most unqualified president since . . . well . . . since Barack Obama. According to the Washington Examiner: A committee to draft Michelle Obama as Joe Biden’s running mate has formed and is already pushing attention

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Video || Trump Says the Press Treats Him Worse Than it Did Lincoln

Now, of course, the press will jump on President Trump for comparing himself to Lincoln . . . Trump spoke Sunday during a Fox news event at the Lincoln Memorial. He knows reporters are extremely biased against him, and so he’s trying to diminish the press by attacking it. But I also think he is genuinely mystified about why they are after him so relentlessly.

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