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


Federal prosecutor investigating Hunter Biden’s taxes

Hunter Biden, who will be a persistent source of trouble for Joe Biden as president and would have been more of a problem for him as a candidate if the press did its job during the campaign, is under federal investigation. “I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating

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Video || Democratic Michigan state Rep threatens Trump supporters

This is incredible. An elected official is ordering her Brownshirts to take care of business. According to the Detroit News: The Michigan House’s Republican leaders have taken away the committee assignments of Democratic Rep. Cynthia Johnson after the Detroit lawmaker issued a “warning” to “you Trumpers” in a Tuesday night Facebook post. Johnson had been the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee, the panel

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Giuliani nearly finished with Covid

No, not finished off by. Finished with. Covid-stricken Rudy Giuliani says he is feeling well and will be discharged from the hospital Wednesday. “I feel just about 100% right now. I’m going to be discharged this afternoon. I’m pretty much 100%,” he said on 77 WABC New York Wednesday morning. “I’ve got to quarantine for a few more days because the way they calculate it,

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Video || Biden doesn’t seem familiar with his HHS secretary nominee

Introducing his health team Tuesday, he mangled Xavier Becerra’s name once, and then corrected himself, mangling it again, but differently. And he announced that “Xavier Bacheria” will be “Secretary of Health and Education Services.” Obviously some button in his brain got pushed and tried to spout out the old “Department of Health, Education and Welfare.” He then went on to talk about providing “the last

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