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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Book claims Romney urged Biden in 2018 to run for president

Someone should ask Mitt Romney whom he voted for in 2020. According to the Guardian: On the night of the 2018 midterm elections, as a wave of anti-Trump sentiment swept Democrats to take control of the House, top Republican Mitt Romney urged Joe Biden to run for president. “You have to run,” said Romney, the Republican presidential nominee Biden and Barack Obama defeated in 2012,

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Barack and Michelle Obama return to the White House to visit Joe and Jill

Well, they all reportedly hate each other. Maybe that’s a little strong, but there reportedly are tensions, jealousies, and so forth. Anyway, Barack and Michelle came back for the official unveiling of their official portraits. That’s because Donald Trump didn’t bother with the ceremony. And no doubt, the Trumps won’t be invited by the Bidens for the unveiling of their portraits either. Barack and Michelle,

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Democrats spending to help MAGA Republicans even as Biden says they’ll end democracy

Wait a second here. If MAGA Republicans are going to destroy the republic, why would Democrats risk electing them? All over the country, Democrats have been seeking to help Trump supporters get GOP nominations because they think they can more easily defeat them. Did someone tell Joe? Seems pretty risky! According to Fox News: President Biden said Friday that Trump supporters are not a threat

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Video | Media fall in love with Biden’s ‘hate’ speech

President Biden Thursday night heaped hate on a majority of the Republican Party, casting Trump supporters as evil insurrectionists who want to overthrow the government. The media, who supposedly care about free speech, lauded this transparent effort by a president to silence his opposition in a speech delivered not as a candidate – but by the White House’s own account, as a president.

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Video | Biden roasted for speech casting political opponents as insurrectionists

President Biden Thursday night chose Independence Hall to label his political opponents, Donald Trump and his MAGA followers, as anti-Democratic insurrectionists filled with hate and contempt for the Constitution. This just a week after he unilaterally spend about $1 trillion forgiving student loans by edict, without input from Congress, the branch that is supposed to be charged with spending our money and writing legislation. And

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Garland blocks DOJ employees from Congress as whistleblowers proliferate

Apparently, the attorney general wants you to contact your bosses before complaining about them. According to the Washington Times: Attorney General Merrick Garland has issued a memo blocking Justice Department employees from communicating with members of Congress in the wake of stunning whistleblower disclosures regarding the FBI probe into Hunter Biden’s business affairs. Mr. Garland wrote that all communication with Congress must be conducted through

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WH press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre thinks people aren’t walking across the border

Well, yes they are. And the agents who have to deal with it are furious According to Fox News Digital: White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s claim that illegal immigrants aren’t just “walking across” the southern border has sparked anger and shock from Border Patrol agents — who witness hundreds of migrants flooding across the border every single day. “How out of touch can this

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Biden student loan forgiveness scheme is even worse than you think

It only starts with $10,000 in loan forgiveness. There’s much more going on in the fine print. How is it that the executive branch can effectively spend what could total $1 trillion without input from Congress? According to William Galston, a liberal economist writing in the Wall Street Journal: The president has increased the amount of annual earnings not counted as income to about $30,000

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