Cameron Threatens Britain: After Brexit We’ll Have Calais-Style Jungle Camps In England

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British Prime Minister David Cameron has alleged that Britain leaving the European Union would lead to Calais ‘Jungle’-style camps in the South East of England – effectively threatening the nation that if they vote to remain in the European Union, he will implement more lax border controls. The threat comes as Mr. Cameron faces an uphill struggle to win support for his ‘Brexit’ deal plans, after public opinion roundly rejected his ‘renegotiation’ with European leader as announced last week. The Telegraph reports: “It is understood [the Prime Minister] will set out the argument in the days and weeks after he calls the date of the referendum, which is expected to be set later this month” with a government source adding: “The French would love to pull out of the arrangement… We will be telling people – look, if we leave the EU the Jungle camp in Calais will move to Folkestone. That is not something people want.” But the announcement would effectively mean Mr. Cameron is willing to abdicate his responsibilities to keep Britain’s borders secure in the event that Britain leaves the European Union. To have the continued presence of British border guards on the other side of the English Channel
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Marco Will Fight for Vets — The Story He Told about His Brother at the Debate Shows Why

At the ABC debate on Saturday, the single moment that drove the most traffic on Google was Marco’s discussion of VA reform. The issue is personal for him, he said, because his brother Mario, a Vietnam vet, has to fight on a regular basis for the benefits he earned from the VA. Earlier this year,…
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Peyton Manning Says He’ll Take Time Before Making Decision on Retirement

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Shortly after taking down the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was asked if this would be the end of his long, successful career. Manning remained mum on an announcement, saying he wanted to think it over instead of making an emotional decision. “I got some good advice from Tony Dungy, who’s going into the Hall of Fame and my old coach. He said, ‘Don’t make an emotional decision.’ This has been an emotional week and an emotional night. I’ve got a couple priorities in order. I wanna go kiss my wife, kiss my kids; I wanna go celebrate with my family and teammates. And I’m going to drink a lot of beer tonight, Jim. Budweiser. Von Miller is buying. Those are my priorities at this point. I’ll take some time to reflect on the other. But, I’m going to say a prayer and a thank you to the Man upstairs for this opportunity for sure as well.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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Carville: ‘Patently Ludicrous’ to Believe Any Criminality Involved in Clinton Email Scandal

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Sunday, radio host John Catsimatidis interviewed James Carville, long-time ally of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, on his New York City show AM 970 “The Cats Roundtable.” Carville commented on the Clinton email scandal, saying there is nothing to it. “This is going to be nothing,” he stated. “The idea that there’s some kind of a criminality involved in here is, I think, patently ludicrous.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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NIH Chief Doctor on Zika Virus: We’re ‘Very Aggressively Pushing Towards Developing a Vaccine’

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Appearing on New York AM 970 radio show “The Cats Roundtable,” National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Anthony Fauci announced they were “pushing aggressively towards developing a vaccine” for the Zika Virus. “Hopefully, we’ll be able to get to clinical trials within the next several months,” he told host John Catsimatidis. Dr. Fauci shared that NIH has had success coming up with vaccines for similar viruses such as West Nile and Yellow Fever. The Head of the National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases later said the only issue with the virus is that it could seriously affect pregnant women. Other than affecting women who are pregnant, he said the virus is a “generally not very serious virus.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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