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


White House correspondents’ annual dinner is canceled

The White House Correspondents Association announced Tuesday that its annual dinner, which has already been postponed from its usual spring date, has now been canceled because of the coronavirus. From a statement by WHCA President Jonathan Karl of ABC News: With great regret, we will have to cancel our planned dinner on Aug. 29. We’ve been working hard to reconfigure the dinner in ways to make

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Obama to raise millions for Biden tonight

Expect Barack Obama to become increasingly involved in this campaign, as it becomes clear Joe Biden can do little but sit in the basement. Obama is a better campaigner, harder for the Trump campaign to attack, and is in full command of his senses. According to the Washington Examiner: The Biden campaign has gleefully touted the virtual event, slated for Tuesday night, since it was

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Fauci: “None of us have ever been told to slow down on testing”

White House coronavirus advisor Anthony Fauci told Congress unequivocally that there had been no instructions to slow down on testing for the virus. President Trump joked during the rally in Tulsa that he had asked his people to not test so much because it was making the virus look so prevalent. But the media are sure he was serious, and the Biden campaign is already

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Trump Schedule || Tuesday, June 23, 2020

9:00 am || Departs White House 10:55 am MT || Arrives Yuma, Arizona1 1:20 pm MT || Participates in a roundtable briefing on border security; Yuma 12:10 pm MT || Departs Yuma 12:35 pm MT || Arrives at New Border Wall Site; San Luis, Arizona 12:40 pm MT || Participates in a Commemoration of the 200th Mile of New Border Wall; San Luis 1:15 pm

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