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Tony Blair: Brexit Vote Was Over Immigration ‘Anxiety’

Friday on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” discussing the people of Great Britain voting to leave the European Union,  former Prime Minister Tony Blair said the vote was, in part, a “popular revolt” because of “anxiety and concern” about

KNUTSFORD, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 24:  A European Union flag, with a hole cut in the middle, flys at half mast outside a home in Knutsford Cheshire after today's historic referendum on June 24, 2016 in Knutsford, United Kingdom. The results from the historic EU referendum has now been declared and the United Kingdom has voted to LEAVE the European Union.  (Photo by )

Soros FAIL: The Man Who Broke the Bank of England Can’t Make Them Stay

Soros took on a very active and public interest in the Leave vote in the days leading up to his victory by penning a sky–is–falling piece for The Guardian that claims to be concerned about the financial well-being of the average British voter but left out the devastating effect Soros’s own profit-taking had on the people in the aftermath of 1992’s infamous Black Wednesday.

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Amnesty Blocked by a Tied Supreme Court, But Next President Will Decide Whether to Restart It

WASHINGTON, D.C.—President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty program for illegal aliens went down in flames Thursday when the U.S. Supreme Court deadlocked 4-4 on the case, leaving in place the lower court’s decision striking down Obama’s program. But a Hillary Clinton victory in November would mean that amnesty would return—and be upheld by a new Supreme Court.


EXCLUSIVE– Jeff Sessions: Hillary Clinton Is the ‘No You Can’t’ Candidate

Sen. Jeff Sessions said that Hillary Clinton’s Tuesday economic address made clear that this election represents “a classic confrontation” between the cynicism of Clinton’s campaign– which tells the American people “you can’t do anything” about illegal immigration or trade globalism– and Donald Trump’s optimistic message for meaningful change.