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

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Biden Justice Department goes after state transgender laws affecting youths

One of these laws bans giving chemicals to youths to change their sex. Biden thinks that’s discrimination. According to Fox News: The Justice Department argued in court filings Thursday that GOP-backed laws related to the rights of transgender youth in West Virginia and Arkansas are unconstitutional, setting up a likely legal clash in the coming months. Federal attorneys asserted in a statement of interest filing

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Al Qaeda could be back in Afghanistan within two years: Military leaders

Are we going to end up back where we were on Sept. 10, 2001? According to the Washington Times: Al Qaeda in Afghanistan could regenerate and plot terrorist attacks against the American homeland within two years, possibly sooner if the insurgent Taliban overwhelm a fragile U.S.-backed government and take control of the country, top Pentagon officials warned Thursday. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Army Gen.

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Jobless claims on the rise

Liberals loves to talk about jobs, but they don’t understand that capitalism creates them and that their policies hinder the conduct of business. From the Washington Examiner: The number of new applications for unemployment benefits rose 37,000 last week to 412,000, the Labor Department reported on Thursday. The number of new jobless claims represents the number of people who filed for unemployment in the previous

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The Biden-Putin summit: The Russian wins

From a piece running on the Fox News website, in which I was quoted: “There’s not much evidence for President Biden’s objective to improve the relationship so that it’s more stable and predictable. It’ll take some time to see if that has been achieved, I think the early signs are that it has not,” said retired Gen. Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff for

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