(Video) Conservative columnist and commentator George Will announced that he is no longer a registered Republican after changing his Maryland registration from the GOP to "unaffiliated." "I´m an unaffiliated voter in the state of Maryland," Will told PJ Media in an interview. "This is not my party," Will said during a speech beforehand to the Federalist Society. He also reportedly said that House Speaker Paul Ryan´s decision to endorse Trump was part of why he left the party. Will said he isn´t sure whether he´ll vote for Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson. And he offered up a plan for conservatives to
Donald Trump should put his money where his mouth is. The real-estate mogul says he’s worth “in excess” of $10 billion. I think he’s lying, as does pretty much every expert and financial journalist who has looked into the question. Forbes has put his net worth at $4.5 billion. Bloomberg says it’s below $3 billion. Billionaire Mark Cuban has cast doubt on whether Trump is even a billionaire at all. I’ve read the analyses, but common sense always told me he was full of it. Actual multi-billionaires tend not to waste their time recording videos hawking steaks in the Sharper
Next to the propagation of the big lie, one of the most elementary and common devices in manufacturing propaganda is the notion that the truth is something you are not being told. From conspiracy theorists to those selling patent medicine on the Internet, everyone who whispers the words “secret” and “mystery” is using this device. But what happens when you already know you’re not being told the truth? The psychological impact is that much greater. Your normal inclination to be taken in by conspiracy theorists is all the more heightened when you know you are not being told the truth.
Hey, Texplainer: Britain voted to leave the European Union. Can Texas secede from the United States? In the wake of Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union — nicknamed the "Brexit" — speculation of a Texit on the horizon has cropped up once again. The secessionist movement has a long history in the Lone Star State. Delegates for the Texas Republican Party even recently debated adding secessionist language to the party´s platform. But is it actually legal for Texas to leave the United States? Simply put, the answer is no. Historical and legal precedents make it clear that Texas could not
Keep checking back for an up-to-date, at-a-glance breakdown of results to help you find out whether Brexit will become a reality, how each local authority voted and how eurosceptic your area is. Follow the latest news and results in our referendum aftermath live blog. More results starting to come in Generally parts of England voting to leave the EU with Scotland voting to stay. *Stockton-on-Tees is Leave 61.7% - Remain 38.3% *Hartlepool a big Leave 69.6% - Remain: 30.4% *Basildon a massive 68.6% Leave - Remain: 31.4% *Dundee City votes to Remain: 59.8% - Leave: 40.2% *Kettering: votes to Leave 61% - Remain 39.0% *Broxbourne votes to Leave
BRUSSELS - The European Union´s chief concerns over Britain´s vote to leave the group are political but losing its second-largest economy will have a huge economic impact as well. Below are some of the main economic risks and benefits for the EU´s remaining 27 members. BUDGET/ECONOMY Other members will have to fill in at least some of the shortfall from a lack of its contributions. Britain´s total contribution to the EU budget for 2016 has been set at 19.4 billion euros ($21.4 billion), including its rebate and customs duties. It receives about 7 billion euros, mainly agricultural and regional subsidies, leaving a gap to
British Prime Minister David Cameron has said he will resign as prime minister after Britain voted narrowly to leave the European Union. Mr Cameron tried to reassure businesses around the world that Britain´s economy was fundamentally sound but world markets were thrown into turmoil on Friday after the final vote was announced. Donald Trump arrived in Scotland on Friday morning and said the British people had ´taken back their country´ and added: ´It´s a fantastic thing´. Later, when asked his opinion on Cameron quitting, Trump said: ´Well, that´s too bad.´ But Britain´s former Prime Minister Tony Blair said Brexit would