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Jul 23 2019
Britain has a new Prime Minister. Britain's Conservative Party has chosen Boris Johnson.
He's a fan of America and has defended President Trump. He's also vowed to make Brexit happen in three months, but his first challenge will be the escalating naval crisis with Iran.
Boris Johnson arrives at number 10 Downing Street at a challenging time for any prime minister, with fearsCBN
Jan 06 2023
The House of Representatives still does not have a speaker. The 20 or so Freedom Caucus members holding up the proceedings realize that they, like the Republican Party itself, don’t believe in majority rule. The fact that the Republican establishment has kowtowed to them for the past decade or more has only emboldened their position. Of course, that doesn’t mean that the craven establishmentDaily Kos
Oct 28 2022
The UK's new prime minister points to his time in the US studying and working as a defining part of his life. So what are Rishi Sunak's American connections?
The 42-year-old has made the California chapter of his biography a key part of his public persona.
He frequently cites his time there in his 20s and early 30s to burnish his credentials as a business-savvy leader.
Jan 06 2023
Prince Harry criticized by British military figures after claiming he killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan
Prince Harry has drawn criticism from some security and military figures after claiming in his autobiography that he killed 25 Taliban fighters while serving for the British Army in Afghanistan.
Harry disclosed the figure in his upcoming autobiography “Spare,” according to British newspaper The Daily Telegraph, which said it obtained a copy of the Spanish version of the book ahead ofCNN (Online News)
Oct 19 2022
Consumer prices in Britain rose 10.1 percent in September from a year earlier, continuing their steep climb as the nation grapples with rapidly increasing food prices, high energy costs and political uncertainty.
The annual inflation rate returned to its fastest pace since 1982, matching the pace set in July. It rose from 9.9 percent in August. Inflation was expected to peak next monthNew York Times (News)
Jun 24 2016
To the surprise of pundits and elected officials, the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU. What comes next?Washington Times NPR (Online News) New York Times (News)
Nov 24 2022
In November 1620 the Mayflower deposited about 100 Pilgrims at the Wampanoag community of Patuxet, which the newcomers renamed New Plymouth. A year later, the English and Wampanoags enjoyed a three-day feast. For generations, Americans have celebrated that meal as the first Thanksgiving.
As traditions go, Thanksgiving seems pretty secure, though the recent redefinition of Columbus DayLos Angeles Times
Sep 14 2022
It’s time to run the jewels.
That was my first thought after I visited the British Museum, home to an astounding collection of “stolen goods”—brilliant cultural artifacts plundered from former colonies of the British empire. That thought returned last week after I learned of the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, may she rest in peace.Daily Beast
Dec 09 2022
Liberal media, Dems erupt over Sinema leaving Democratic Party: 'Still great at being the f---ing worst'
Some liberal media pundits and commentators were stunned — or not surprised, but still angered — Friday morning after Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema announced that she was leaving the Democratic Party and registering as an independent.
The news broke just days after Democrats celebrated expanding a slim majority in the Senate after winning in Georgia. Fellow independents Angus King ofFox News (Online News)
May 23 2022
The actions and written motivations of an evil, crazed mass shooter in Buffalo, New York earlier this month has forced the purportedly white nationalist phrase “Great Replacement Theory” to the forefront of the public consciousness. Ever true to form, the political left sees this as an opportunity to tarnish the right with the “white nationalist” label, seizing on aspects of the conspiracyTownhall