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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Video || McEnany faces off with Acosta, who accuses Trump of “exploiting children”

This was a fun exchange. CNN’s Jim Acosta, who continues the process of destroying journalism by personalizing the news while representing an organization that is supposed to be objective, accused the president of exploiting children and producing fake news, pointing to a tweeted video that satirized CNN’s own distortion of the news. From the exchange, which appears below: ACOSTA: The President tweeted out some fake videos,

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McEnany compares Trump hiring to Lincoln “Team of Rivals” approach

A gotcha question from the White House press corps doesn’t work out too well. The reporter tried to get White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on why Trump hires people who are incompetent, noting names he calls former employees after they leave. She responds, reasonably, that they often show themselves during employment to have earned their epithets. I think anyone who has hired people and

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The Trump campaign tweet that Twitter labeled “manipulated media”

Of course, it’s been “manipulated.” The tweet shows you how. They admit it! It was manipulated to have an effect. It’s a little bit of artistry in public relations. But being clever gets you labeled. There is no rational reason for Twitter to do this other than the company is on the side of Joe Biden, which for what SHOULD BE a public utility, given

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Revolution! John Kerry predicts Trump win could spark insurrection

Well, I imagine his head would come off as well as the rest of the nobility, if they can find him in Nantucket or wherever. According to the Washington Examiner: Former Secretary of State John Kerry raised the possibility that a victory by President Trump could provoke a revolution in the United States, claiming that Republicans have a history of denying voting rights to Democratic

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