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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Black Pastors Who Met With Trump Facing Backlash

President Trump probably thought he was doing a good thing by meeting with black clergy a few days ago to talk about moving forward on prison and sentencing reform. So much for that. These pastors had a lot of courage. Because they know first-hand what the left is like, and that when it comes to Trump, they will never take “yes” for an answer. Milwaukee

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Intensity of Black Support for Obama Plummets

The passion of African-American support for President Obama is falling, posing a major new threat to his prospects for reelection. According to a new ABC/Washington Post poll, the number of blacks who have “strongly favorable” views of Obama has dropped off a cliff, declining from 83 percent five months ago to 58 percent today. That blacks will support Obama in the end is unquestionable. Eighty

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Black Leader Says Tea Party Wants to Revive Lynching

updated at 4:52 pm ET Oh no. This doesn’t sound civil at all! It looks like a top member of the Congressional Black Caucus – the group’s chief vote counter, no less – has declared that Tea Party members actually in their heart of hearts want to start lynching African Americans. Let’s take a listen to what Rep. Andre Carson (D-Ind.), the nation’s second Muslim

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Today’s Obama Poll || Black, Hispanic Support Falls

President Obama’s approval ratings among his core constituencies of blacks and Hispanics has suddenly declined, according to Gallup, but it’s unclear why this has happened. Though majorities of blacks (85%) and Hispanics (54%) continue to approve of the job Barack Obama is doing as president, his ratings among these groups slipped in March and have set or tied new lows. His approval rating among whites,

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Obama: Republicans Hope Blacks Don’t Vote

President Barack Obama Sunday accused Republicans of wishing for black voters to stay at home this November, inserting a new racial element into his growing catalog of GOP political sins. Obama was speaking at a rally in a largely African American section of Philadelphia, an event staged as part of a coordinated White House strategy to get a disaffected Democratic base to the polls and

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