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


Romney gets “Profiles in Courage” award for voting to convict Trump

Being the only Republican senator to vote to convict Donald Trump during his first impeachment trial gets you in good with the Kennedys. Mitt is this year’s winner of the “Profile in Courage” award. “Senator Romney’s commitment to our Constitution makes him a worthy successor to the Senators who inspired my father to write Profiles in Courage,” said Caroline Kennedy. “He reminds us that our Democracy

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Trump wants to know if Special Counsel Durham is still alive

Donald Trump had this to say Friday evening in a written statement about Special Counsel John Durham: “Where’s Durham? Is he a living, breathing human being? Will there ever be a Durham report?” The Durham investigation into the origins of the FBI “Crossfire Hurricane” probe into “collusion” between the Trump 2016 campaign and Russia has been dragging on for two years. When you give someone

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Harris admits huge new welfare spending was part of the point of Covid relief

Republicans have been saying all along that the Covid relief bill was not so much about Covid relief. Vice President Harris today admitted that part of the purpose was to establish a whole new child and childcare welfare program. “This was the intentional purpose of the American rescue plan, which was to look at child care, to look at our child care workers, to look

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Video || Migrants kept fenced in under a bridge

What a mess. These people are being “housed” under a bridge. Imagine if the press said something like this: “President Trump was so compassionate. He eliminated this kind of thing. Mean President Biden is keeping people fenced in outdoors. What kind of policy is this? Where was the plan? Where is the plan for dealing with it?” Just imagine.

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