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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Video || All those times the Left thought violent protest was a good thing

To be clear, what happened at the Capitol was an abomination, and violent protest is not permissible. But amid the outrage, it’s vital to call out the double standard on the Left. When violence was waged for months last year against government and private businesses, and there was little objection from liberals. Remember the words of Nancy Pelosi: “People will do what they do.”

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The president did not incite violence: WSJ Op-Ed

This is from an opinion article by Jeffrey Scott Shapiro in the Wall Street Journal. Shapiro served as an assistant attorney general of the District of Columbia, 2007-09. He is a White House appointed official at the U.S. Agency for Global Media. The piece notes that making people emotional is not a crime. According to Shapiro: House Democrats have drafted an article of impeachment that accuses

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Twitter permanently bans Trump

How many murderers, thieves and tyrants remain on Twitter? According to Fox News: Twitter announced the permanent suspension of President Trump’s account Friday, after months of flagging his tweets with warnings — and days of action after the company said he violated its policies. The move comes days after the platform locked Trump out of his account for the first time this week. The social media company

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“Count me out”: The hypocrisy of Graham’s break with Trump

Sen. Lindsey Graham is a politician. He’s charming and seems sincere and on the level, so it’s easy to forget that. He’s been close to President Trump for years now. And he used Trump’s supporters to help himself get reelected easily in South Carolina. But now, even after hanging out with Trump the last several weeks, he’s jumping ship. “If you’re a conservative, this is

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Pelosi to take first step to impeach Trump

Not clear to me that she will move forward with it, but she is starting the process. According to a statement by Pelosi: “Today, the House Democratic Caucus had an hours-long conversation that was sad, moving and patriotic.  It was a conversation unlike any other, because it followed an action unlike any other. “It is the hope of Members that the President will immediately resign. 

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Trump will not attend Biden inauguration

President Trump Friday tweeted that he will not attend Joe Biden’s inauguration. That was kind of expected. The question is, what will he be doing that day? Quietly golfing, or holding a rally? To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 8, 2021 Vice President Pence has indicated he

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Video || Trump condemns protestors, acknowledges Biden to be president

In brief remarks at the White House Thursday, President Trump acknowledged that Joe Biden will become president January 20 and issued a call for unity. He forcefully condemned rioters who took over the U.S. Capitol. Meantime, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, whom Trump stood by amid vociferous and sustained criticism, announced that she is resigning because of the riots.

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Barr accuses Trump of betraying his office

All these people are suddenly deciding President Trump is no longer fit to be president, after months and years of serving at his pleasure – and pleasurably serving. “Orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable,” former Attorney General William Barr said in a statement. “The President’s conduct yesterday was a betrayal of his office and supporters.” Barr had long been a “respected” member of

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