Monarch

13 Dec 18
Foreign Policy

The British prime minister survived a no-confidence vote, but solved none of her problems.

13 Dec 18
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President Muhammadu Buhari has reassured that his administration would deliver on free and credible election in 2019. Buhari gave the assurance on Wednesday at the 3rd Coronation Anniversary of the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Ikenwoli, in Warri, in Delta state. Represented by the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, the President said […]

13 Dec 18
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13 Dec 18
Boston Herald
Britain is suffering a political meltdown as it struggles to make good on a historic vote in 2016 to leave the European Union. The decision for a so-called Brexit was a stirring statement of independence and self-government by a people who have defined themselves down the centuries by their stiff-necked resistance to anyone — whether overweening monarchs or continental tyrants — who would threaten either. That was before London ran up against the bureaucracy of the would-be European super state based in Brussels, and before it was led, if that’s the right word, by Tory Prime Minister Theresa May. Presiding over a divided party, facing a pro-Remain British establishment and negotiating with a hostile EU, May never had an easy task. She has nonetheless not only failed to rise to the occasion but been crushed by it. May has just pulled her Brexit deal from a parliamentary vote that she was going to lose in an embarrassing drubbing that might have loosed her increasingly precarious grip on power. She has negotiated abysmally, giving away leverage right at the start when she prematurely invoked Article 50, beginning the process of Britain’s departure with no realistic fallback plan if talks with the EU failed. She ended up with an agreement that would effectively leave Britain within most EU rules, with no means of influencing them anymore. There’s a reason that resignations of her Brexit negotiators have become a semi-regular event. Now, humiliated and her credibility in shreds, May says that she is going to go back to the EU to get more reassurances, when the EU has said that it is not conceding anything else of consequence. And why should it? There’s no guarantee that May can get any tweaked deal through Parliament, regardless. And she’s already tried to sell so many meaningless gestures from the EU as concessions that Brexit supporters won’t be inclined to take her seriously, either. The larger question is whether once the EU has its hooks in a nation-state, will it ever relinquish it? Its officials have treated the Brexit negotiations as an opportunity to teach anyone hoping to follow Britain out of the EU a lesson: Don’t dare try to take back the full measure of your sovereignty, lest we make it as miserable for you as possible. When in the past countries in Europe have voted the “wrong” way on fundamental EU questions, as Ireland, France and the Netherlands did over the years, they were ignored or made to vote again until they got the right answer. Britain may yet suffer the same pitiful fate. The European Court of Justice just helpfully ruled that Britain can withdraw its Article 50 notification — in other words, forget this whole unpleasant Brexit vote happened. That’s been the hope of many Remainers in Britain all along, but the case for the EU hasn’t gotten any stronger over the past two years. What does it say about the European project that exit is almost impossible? And if Britain is a political shambles, it’s not as though the most committed advocates of the EU are doing any better. Given the “yellow vest” protests ignited by his idiotic (since delayed) fuel tax, French President Emmanuel Macron can’t even control the streets of Paris on weekends. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review.
13 Dec 18
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WE  KINGS I always liked the shepherds better than the kings. I don’t believe those Magi heard the angels sing.     The kings had an agenda for the rumored birth. They’d heard a king of kings would come To rule the heavens and earth.     The rumor was alarming, astrologers opined. They warned […]

13 Dec 18
let the movie move us

The crypto-zoological agency Monarch faces off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. (Source: IMDB)

13 Dec 18
ChubbyCheeks

Chapter 194: Concealing (Part 1) Shen Miao had left Ding capital for more than a month. One did not know Prince Rui’s wedding entourage was currently at but it was sure that one would not be able to catch up with it. In this month, the grandeur of the ten Li (1 Li = 1 […]

13 Dec 18
The Leo Nation

Very often as Zimbabweans we get caught up in the protracted debate about why Zimbabwe is struggling. Every time we have this debate, we come up with the same myopic conclusions that usually obscure the real reasons why Zimbabwe is stagnant. And because we are too egotistic to be honest with ourselves. We will always […]

13 Dec 18
Wise Thoughts

The second weekend of November promised to be an educational and fun-filled trip for-the-books for the members of the CCSU Anthropology Club. They did not expect it to be a trip full of stress and frustrations, but these members became determined to experience the trip they deserved and made the most of their time in […]

13 Dec 18
Across the Stars

I had the pleasure of reading Chapter 20 of North’s Christian Economics: Teacher’s Edition, and modify the lessons for an aristocratic sci-fi fictional culture here. But for this blog post, I just want to cut out and mention  few of the highlights of the chapter. Quoting from the Teacher’s Edition, Chapter 20: Why should the […]

13 Dec 18
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President Muhammadu Buhari has reassured that his administration would deliver on free and credible election in 2019. Buhari gave the assurance on Wednesday at the 3rd Coronation Anniversary of the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Ikenwoli, in Warri, in Delta state. Represented by the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, the President said […]

13 Dec 18
NESCAC hockey

As most NESCAC schools looked for mature and experienced players, junior hockey continued to ramp up its advantage as the training ground for NESCAC players beginning their NESCAC careers in the fall of 2018. Junior hockey has built a very large lead over prep hockey as the last stop before the NESCAC, producing more than […]

13 Dec 18
Star Biography

Who Was Leonardo da Vinci? Leonardo da Vinci (April 15, 1452 to May 2, 1519) was a painter, sculptor, architect, inventor, military engineer and draftsman — the epitome of a “Renaissance man.” With a curious mind and keen intellect, da Vinci studied the laws of science and nature, which greatly informed his work. His ideas […]

13 Dec 18
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