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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The Biden economy: Inflation soars to highest rate in 13 years

The reasons for the growing and sustained, at least for now, inflation rate are complex and debatable. But there are a number of Biden administration policies that could be contributing to it, including massive government “stimulus” spending and wage increases caused by disincentives to work, like $300 weekly unemployment checks. Companies have to offer people more money to get them back in the labor force,

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Rebekah appears on Fox News to talk about Russia

Well, here I am bragging about my wife again. Rebekah was booked by Fox News Friday to discuss what Vladimir Putin is up to with all these cyberattacks. Thought you might want to have a look. Click on the photo below to watch.

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Rebekah interviewed by Fox News digital for piece about Putin’s cyber sabotage

Hey there, it’s Keith. Just wanted to let you know about an article Fox News did in which they interviewed Rebekah. It got monster traffic and was at the top of the website. Sorry, it’s my job to brag! From the piece: The Biden administration declined to condemn Putin, Russia’s president, after the Colonial pipeline attack and stressed that the U.S. does not believe Russia’s

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Kerry gets China to agree to carbon-neutral invasion of Taiwan

Keith wanted to do some satire, so I let him. White House Climate Czar John Kerry Wednesday emerged from three days of talks in Beijing bearing a rock-solid commitment from Chinese Communist leaders to remain carbon-neutral during their upcoming invasion of Taiwan. In a major strike against global warming, China promised to power ten percent of its fleet with windmills and to plant carbon-soaking azaleas,

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Trump Schedule || Monday, January 4, 2021

President Trump is in Washington. From the White House: “President Trump will work from early in the morning until late in the evening. He will make many calls and have many meetings. The President will depart the White House at 6:10 PM for a victory rally in Dalton, GA.”

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Russian cyber attack is just the tip of a massive and forgotten threat

From an article by Rebekah published Thursday in the Washington Times: Russia’s recent mass-scale cyber intelligence operation, targeting multiple government agencies, corporations and think tanks, was a catastrophic event. The Russians compromised vital U.S. infrastructure, defense and technology industries, and critical government agencies, such as the Departments of Homeland Security, Defense, State, Energy and Treasury. The attackers exhibited highly sophisticated tradecraft, exceptional operational stealth, and

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year, everyone. Thank you for reading this year and for your support. Hoping you had a wonderful holiday. This has been a very tough year for many. For some, it has been disastrous. May God grant healing and comfort to all who need it. It would be great to think that the worst is behind us. But the plague will continue to rage for

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Trump returns early to Washington from West Palm Beach

Nobody seems to be sure why he is coming back early. He’s skipping the New Year’s party at Mar-a-Lago. I guess I’d be a little mad if I bought a $1,000 ticket or whatever it is, but I’m sure the food will still be great. I can say one thing. I certainly don’t remember Barack Obama ever cutting a vacation short. Or even working on

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Hawley sets up Electoral College battle in Congress

President Trump is not going to win this, because he needs a majority in both Houses to overturn the result, and he can’t get that. But this will give Republicans a chance to highlight the problems with voting in 2020 and the questionable move away from same-day voting to having everyone use the postal service to cast their vote, a system open to fraud. According

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