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


Trump throws Washington into chaos by vetoing Defense bill and threatening Covid relief

Was he sent to Washington to do business as usual? I don’t think so. Don’t worry, we’ll have plenty of business as usual after January 20. From an article by the Wall Street Journal: President Trump vetoed a $740.5 billion defense-policy bill and demanded last-minute changes to coronavirus relief legislation, adding fresh uncertainty to the closing days of 2020 as a government shutdown loomed. In

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White House Dossier reaches fundraising goal

Thank you to all of you who contributed to White House Dossier and Cut to the News. Through your kindness and generosity, we were able to reach the $7,000 fundraising goal last night, between donations on PayPal and at the GoFundMe site. I am so glad that the publications will continue to provide honest news about President Trump and accountability to the Left, which is

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Biden to reporter who asked about Hunter: “You’re a one-horse pony”

Well, that’s “one-trick pony.” But I guess ponies can have one horse. Or something. Look for reporters who aggressively cover the Hunter Biden case to get demeaned, ridiculed, and accused of wearing tin foil hats, both by the Democrats and by their colleagues in the media. Because none of these people are looking forward to having the shoe on the other foot. Hunter Biden is

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Today is the FINAL DAY of the White House Dossier fundraiser

Thank you to all who have contributed to White House Dossier so far. Your help is greatly appreciated. I know many of you have been hit hard by the Covid epidemic. But if you are able to help with even a small amount, please donate now, before the fundraiser ends. This fundraiser is my main source of income for many hours spent every week devoted

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