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Mind-Numbing European Constitution At Heart Of Brexit Vote

Bob Barr, Despite the shock and surprise with which many observers reacted to last month’s “Brexit” vote, the result of which begins the United Kingdom’s divorce from the European Union, the seeds of the breakup were long in the making – and entirely understandable. Notwithstanding efforts by some pro-EU proponents to paint the “Leave” camp

Walter E. Williams: Multiculturalism: A Failed Concept

German Chancellor Angela Merkel declared that multiculturalism has “utterly failed,” adding that it was an illusion to think Germans and foreign workers could “live happily side by side.” The failure of multiculturalism is also seen in Denmark, Sweden, the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and other European countries. Immigrants coming from Africa and the Middle East

Magna Carta 2.0: Good for Freedom, Good for Growth Trump is the Big Winner, Obama got Crushed

Larry Kudlow, The original Magna Carta was a charter agreed to by King John of England in 1215. It just celebrated its 801st anniversary. So no, I wasn’t there. But that charter has become part of an important, iconic, political myth that the deal between an unpopular king and rebellious barons marked the beginning of

Our ignorant kids don’t know how history got us to where we are today

Sharon Kehnemui, Can you answer the following questions? Who fought in the Peloponnesian War? Who taught Plato, and whom did Plato teach? Who was Saul of Tarsus? Why does the Magna Carta matter? What are one or two of the arguments made in Federalist 10? Hard questions, right? Maybe not. Maybe you learned some or

World wide web inventor? (no not al-gore) Says The web needs a digital bill of rights

 Tim Berners-Lee hopes to start a conversation regarding keeping his invention open, free and without government surveillance. Speaking on the 25th anniversary of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee — its inventor — said the web needs a digital bill of rights to protect its users. Berners-Lee has been an outspoken critic of government surveillance