But not London, evidently.
Update: It looks like Great Britain will have a new PM. Watch David Cameron’s resignation speech.
A map of how Britain voted in the EU Referendum.
Nearly 17 and half million votes for British sovereignty. Well done, chaps. Final results.
Brexit Live, with Sargon of Akkad.
The Beeb has thrown in the towel. We have achieved Brexit.
Update: Madame Hillary weighs in.
The President still has no plans for his administration to actually enforce the law. What a relief!
If you didn’t realize how important this presidential election is, the Supreme Court reminded you earlier today with 2 immensely consequential decisions. The first upholds Judge Hanen’s injunction against Barack Obama’s patently unconstitutional amnesty known as DAPA. The second rejected a challenge to a policy of racial discrimination in college admissions by the University of Texas brought by Abigail Fisher. Read More »
Add plotting assassinations to the list of jobs Americans won’t do, although I’m sure there are scores of deranged Hillary and Bernie supporters who would beg to disagree, based upon a cursory examination of Twitter. As Scott Adams has pointed out, the left’s insistence upon comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler-and establishment Republicans share the blame in this regard-has practical consequences beyond the political arena. Read More »
For those who were under the impression that the obfuscation and manipulation of the Justice Department ended with the departure of Eric Holder, I have some unpleasant news for you. Loretta Lynch, persecutor of Islamophobes, has decided to release a heavily redacted transcript of Omar Mateen’s 911 calls during his massacre at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. The sheer idiocy of this administration’s attempts to decouple jihadist atrocities from Islam would be laughable if the consequences were not so dire. Read More »
Update: A great account of the evening on Yahoo Sports.
Those were not jubilant Texans waving their state flag last night at the Copa America, but ecstatic Chileans celebrating their nation’s victory over El Tri. Their team’s 7-0 ass-kicking of Mexico’s hapless squad of sulking incompetents, to be precise. We don’t often discuss soccer tournaments at American Rattlesnake, but anytime the most loathsome fan base in the Western Hemisphere is forced to bathe in its own tears-on American soil, no less-we feel compelled to report the news. Read More »
Even as the collectivist enterprise in Venezuela implodes, spreading misery, resentment, and hopelessness among the 30 million people suffering under Chavismo-whose tales of woe are easily accessible-there are those who refuse to acknowledge the destruction their ideas have caused. The allure of Marxism, in spite of its astronomical body count, to public intellectuals and elite opinion-makers cannot be underestimated, in spite of its dismal track record.
One of the more astonishing moments during last month’s lecture in favor of open borders occurred when I brought up the Rotherham outrages, which the speaker-perhaps out of ignorance-declared to be a “recent” phenomenon within Europe. Actually, the systemic kidnapping, rape, sex grooming, and beating of white, Christian, English girls by Muslim Pakistanis-and the coverup of these abuses by the political class and law enforcement-has been occurring for well over 2 decades. Although it’s seductive to believe the Islamic predation sweeping Europe is a recent phenomenon-an aberration caused by the current political turmoil in the Middle East-that is simply not the case. Read More »
One of the defining features of our society is its strange approach to citizenship. We live in the only major Western nation which operates under a policy of unrestricted jus soli, which means that individuals seeking to acquire American citizenship for their children need only birth them on United States soil in order to do so, even if they have no tangible ties to this country. Read More »
Short of the death or illness of a loved one, or the passing of a beloved pet, it’s hard to conceive of something more traumatic than losing your house. To have to be confronted with 2 of those tragedies simultaneously is almost incomprehensible. Unfortunately, that’s what the Baca Family is facing after their family home was destroyed in a fire, along with their possessions, books, heirlooms, and their precious cat Tyga.
Recognizing how compassionate and generous our readers have been in the past, I’d like to ask you all to do what you can to help out the Bacas as they piece their lives back together. They’ve established a Gofundme page in order to defray the costs of a life-altering event. I’m certain that whatever you can give would be greatly appreciated.
Just a reminder that tomorrow night the Irish Exit will host Let’s Talk About Open Borders, a discussion of an issue that impacts us all. You can find out more about the event here, and purchase your tickets here. Is a borderless, multicultural society an atomized dystopia devoid of social capital? Read More »