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 would accept Supreme Court decision ruling Biden won the election

All President Trump was saying Wednesday, when he refused to answer about a peaceful transfer of power, was that he wanted to make sure the election was fair, given all the uncertainty about the voting, and that there will be challenges that will likely force it to the Supreme Court. He didn’t mean that he wasn’t going to go peacefully. And he certainly didn’t want

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Pelosi refuses to rule out religious test for Supreme Court nominees

Here is the question Nancy Pelosi dodged, sinece it’s hard to hear: Do you agree that Article VI, which bans religious tests from being a qualifictiton for office, do you think that that should apply to Supreme Court nominees as well? The siginficance, of course, is that President Trump is likely to nominate Catholic conservative Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. And Democrats are

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A day in the campaign: Trump vs. Biden

President Trump has what’s known Thursday as a full working day. First he motorcades down to the Supreme Court to pay his respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Then he will get in his chopper on the South Lawn, take it to Joint Base Andrews, and travel to Charlotte, North Carolina to outline his new health care plan. Then, he’ll leave Charlotte and move on to

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Trump Schedule || Thursday, September 24, 2020

10:00 am || With the first lady, pays respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Supreme Court 2:40 pm || Departs White House 4:10 pm || Arrives Charlotte, North Carolina 4:30 pm || Delivers remarks on the America First Healthcare Vision; Charlotte 5:45 pm || Departs Charlotte 6:50 pm || Arrives Jacksonville, Florida 7:00 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Jacksonville 8:25 pm || Departs

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