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 Schedule | Wednesday, October 6, 2021

10:00 am | Receives the President’s Daily Briefing Noon | Lunch with Vice President Harris 1:00 pm | Meets with business leaders and CEOs on the debt limit; South Court Auditorium All times Eastern Live stream of White House briefing at 3:30 pm ******* Get my new book, “Putin’s Playbook: Russia’s Secret Plan to Defeat America.” Order it now by clicking here.

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Republicans trying to stop Biden’s IRS from snooping in your checking account

The more power the state gets through innocent-seeming “programs” designed the “help,” the more it thinks it has a right to do whatever it wants with your life. At least some Republicans are trying to put a stop to the latest plan to catch tax cheats by probing everyone’s checking accounts. According to Fox News: Republicans in Congress have introduced legislation aimed at stopping a

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Biden’s stealth plan for reducing the $3.5T spending bill price tag

This is a very typical Washington gimmick, often used by Democrats, but rarely explained by Republicans. Probably because they don’t mind the spending as much as they claim. Spending bills are usually priced out over ten years. So guess what? Price them out over five years, and they cost less! Technically, they are then supposed to end then. But everyone knows a spending program is

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Presidency costs Trump financially as he is bumped off Forbes 400 list

Wasn’t Donald Trump accused of running for president to make a profit? Instead, it appears to have cost him. A lot. Hanging on to his assets after becoming president instead of just putting them in a fund cost him $2 billion. What is clear is that Trump, by taking strong stands, ensured that political views inform decisions about whether to stay at his properties. If

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