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


CNN pulls Jim Acosta from the White House

It doesn’t matter. CNN will  just be replacing one group of liberals for another. None of them will be asking Joe Biden the kinds of questions they asked President Trump. In part, because they’re never going to see Biden, and Trump gave a press conference every day. According to Deadline: CNN announced a series of changes to its Washington, D.C., lineup on Monday, with Jake

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Trump told McCarthy he bore some blame for riot at the Capitol: Report

According to Fox News: President Trump acknowledged that he bears some blame for the Capitol riot last week during a conversation with House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy, a source familiar told Fox News. Two sources say McCarthy R-Calif., relayed the president’s sentiment on a call Monday with the House GOP Conference. McCarthy, on the call Monday with Republicans, agreed that Trump bore blame for the unrest which

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Acting DHS Secretary Wolf resigns, partially in protest of riots

All these people stayed with President Trump while he protested the election results. Then something bad happens, and everyone is out. Only one that I know of, White House communications advisor Alyssa Farah, resigned at the start President Trump’s objections to the results, saying – now, anyway – she did so because she disagreed. According to Fox News: Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad

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Video || All those times the Left thought violent protest was a good thing

To be clear, what happened at the Capitol was an abomination, and violent protest is not permissible. But amid the outrage, it’s vital to call out the double standard on the Left. When violence was waged for months last year against government and private businesses, and there was little objection from liberals. Remember the words of Nancy Pelosi: “People will do what they do.”

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The president did not incite violence: WSJ Op-Ed

This is from an opinion article by Jeffrey Scott Shapiro in the Wall Street Journal. Shapiro served as an assistant attorney general of the District of Columbia, 2007-09. He is a White House appointed official at the U.S. Agency for Global Media. The piece notes that making people emotional is not a crime. According to Shapiro: House Democrats have drafted an article of impeachment that accuses

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