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After Brexit, 9 Reasons To Be Bullish On Great Britain

Today Mrs. May finally officially announced Brexit and kicked-off the process of divorce from the EU. A disaster for Britain, according to officials in Brussels, Berlin and Paris. Really? Whenever there is broad consensus it is worthwhile to challenge it.

There Will Be Those Who Perish In The Next Crisis, And Those "Who Survive In Underground Luxury"

The Oppidum is billed as “the largest billionaire bunker in the world.” This top-secret facility, once a joint project between the former Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic and Slovakia), was built over 10 years beginning in 1984. The premiere apocalypse dwelling is a place that billionaires can live out the horrors of the apocalypse- be it zombie or other- in luxury with every amenity you could ever hope for.

100 Years Ago, Russian Stocks Had A Very Bad Day

Just as stocks had doubled after a trading pause lasting the duration of World War I, and the sky seemed the limit for Russian investors.... something very unpleasant happened.

Don't Confuse Immigration With Naturalization

As the immigration debate goes on, many commentators continue to sloppily ignore the difference between the concept of naturalization and the phenomenon of immigration. Immigration results naturally from allowing persons to exercise their property rights. Naturalization, on the other hand, is a political act.

Apple Launches Red iPhone 7, Introduces New iPad

As previewed last week, moments ago Apple has introduced a 9.7-inch iPad with Retina display, starting at $329. Today AAPL also announces red edition of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to mark more than 10 years of partnership between Apple and HIV/AIDS charity.

Rand Paul Responds To "Unhinged" McCain

"You know, I think [Senator McCain] makes a really, really strong case for term limits. I think maybe he's past his prime; I think maybe he's gotten a little bit unhinged..."

Exposing Europe's "Era Of Liberal Babble"

Europe, so many years after the Cold War, is ideologically divided into a new East and a West. This time, the schism is over multiculturalism. What Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has termed "liberal babble" continues to govern Western Europe's response to the challenges that migration and Islamic terrorism have brought, especially to personal security.