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Brexit: Why Britain Left the European Union

Why Britain left the European Union

Is the European Union good for Europe? Or would Europeans be better off without it? Nigel Farage, a leader of the United Kingdom’s Brexit movement, shares his view. Transcript If one big government is bad, imagine how much worse two big governments would be. But that’s what people living in Europe have had to deal with: their own nation’s bloated ...

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Pollsters: Wrong, American Voters: Right, As Usual

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All the American public has been able to see on cable TV or on-line the last several weeks is maps of blue and red states supposedly showing us where Hillary and Trump were going to gain votes and where they had to compete for uncertain votes. One minute it’s a description of Nevada and its Hispanics, then it’s about Michigan ...

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LIVE Stream: Donald Trump Holds Rally in Jackson, MS 8/24/16 Nigel Farage and others

Donald Trump rally in Jackson, MS 8-24-16 - Live Stream

Wednesday, August 24, 2016: Live stream coverage of the Donald Trump for President rally in Jackson, MS at the Mississippi Coliseum Nigel Farage To Tell ‘Brexit Story’ At Trump Rally In Mississippi The former UKIP leader says he will be talking about how to mobilise “a people’s army” at a Mississippi rally for the Republican.

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Brexit – A Portent for the EU and Possibly for America

Bigger is rarely better. Especially when it comes to governance. The “bigger” government is, the more detached from the governed it becomes; the more onerous its regulations and taxes become, and it becomes more susceptible to the ideologically motivated cause célèbre of the ruling elite. We have seen that verity over the past several years in America, and apparently the ...

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Brexit: UK Experiences Bureaucratization Without Representation

Call it the Forty–Year Itch, there’s something about being in a larger combination of former opposites that causes husbands and nations to get restive. Forty–four years after the Constitution was ratified in the United States the nation experienced the Nullification Crisis. That’s when South Carolina declared tariffs passed by Congress in 1828 and 1832 were null and void and would ...

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Germany begs Britain not to leave the European Union

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International finance news has been singularly focused on Greece and its possible exit from the EU, but there is another EU Island nation considering a break from the European Union. The British Conservative government has found dealing with the EU to be a bureaucratic nightmare and Prime Minister David Cameron has made public comments about his dissatisfaction with it. The ...

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