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


Judge gives in and dismisses Michael Flynn case

Sounds like he’s pretty mad about it though. Maybe he will buy Flynn a new house, since the war hero has lost his defending himself after being entrapped by federal law enforcement. According to Fox News: Judge Emmet Sullivan dismissed the criminal case against former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn on Tuesday, putting an end to a case that took a number of turns after

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Texas files lawsuit with Supreme Court against Pa., Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin

According to the Washington Examiner: “The state of Texas has filed a lawsuit directly with the Supreme Court against a handful of battleground states that went to President-elect Joe Biden in the presidential election. “The suit, which was filed late Monday night by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, lists the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the states of Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin as defendants. The complaint

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Biden inauguration to be “80% virtual”

Not sure how you quantify an inauguration, but you get the idea. According to the Washington Examiner: President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration will be mostly virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic. Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina, who is one of five co-chairs for the inauguration, said on Tuesday that the Jan. 20 event will be 80% virtual. “Look, we know what we’re in, and Joe

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