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


MSM decides Biden is always late because he’s a hard-working family man

Leave it to the MSM to take an obvious flaw by a Democratic president and turn it into something wonderful. Biden is always late. He was two and a half hours late for an event in Switzerland. Fox News calculated that he’s an average of 22 minutes late per event. But Politico has discovered why: Biden is a notorious “over-prepper,” sources say. His meetings to

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Video | Biden’s demagoguery and McConnells response

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is often derided by conservatives as a political operator lacking any particular principles. But Wednesday, he delivered a passionate yet highly coherent rebuttal to President Biden’s attempt to divide the nation in a Tuesday speech in which the president called opponents of his election overhaul bills anti-Democratic, bigoted traitors who prefer Jefferson Davis to Abraham Lincoln.

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House Republicans probing historically low ICE arrests

The Biden administration is changing the rules so it doesn’t have to go after illegal immigrants. Of course! Why would they want to export so many future Democratic voters? According to the Washington Times: Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are probing the “historically low” rate of arrests of illegal immigrants by ICE, saying it appears the Biden administration, unwilling to abolish the

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Trump takes a shot at DeSantis

Florida Gov. DeSantis is seen as the main alternative to Donald Trump by a lot of conservatives should Trump decide not to run. But it appears Trump may be concerned that DeSantis will run whether Trump does or not. According to CNN: Former President Donald Trump appeared to take a shot at Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over his refusal to disclose whether he’s received a

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