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It is very hard to use foreign money to influence Canadian elections
Happy slightly belated Victoria Day, Vice-istas! Let’s get started with a perennial-ish topic experiencing a sudden resurgence in the headlines, courtesy of a still-unseen-but-allegedly-incendiary
British MPs react to Trump retweeting anti-Muslim videos: Can Theresa May get him to delete his Twitter account?
Heh. The post British MPs react to Trump retweeting anti-Muslim videos: Can Theresa May get him to delete his Twitter account? appeared first on Hot Air.
LEVY: City’s budget lemmings prop up mayor’s $256M shelter expansion plan
I supposed I shouldn’t be surprised that not one councillor on the city’s budget committee suggested Tuesday that it is beyond ridiculous to spend $256 million on expanded services for the homeless.
A few conditions for the EU to consider a Brentry
Dear United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Enough already! We, the European Union—emphasis on Union—are sick and tired of you showing us no…
The London Stock Exchange is one of the best-performing financial stocks since the Brexit vote
Surprisingly, one of the best financial stocks to own in Europe since the referendum is a pillar of the UK's financial sector.
O'Donnell: History Matters--The Battles of Lexington and Concord
This week marks the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Two hundred and forty-four years ago, farmers, tradesmen, laborers, and mariners--Americans of all stripes–came to together to
Where the candidates to become the UK’s next prime minister stand on a hard or soft Brexit
By every serious account, a no-deal Brexit would be damaging to the UK economy. Still, it has become a popular position among the staunchest pro-Brexit constituencies.
The terrifying appeal of Boris Johnson, according to a Johnson voter
Boris Johnson stands to become the next prime minister of the UK. I'm sorry.