As the people of Scotland prepare to vote on their independence Sept. 18, UK Prime Minister David Cameron warns that the divide would result in a devastating blow to Scotland's economic viability.
We celebrate a lot on the Fourth of July - American exceptionalism and the founding of our nation, to name two - but we don't often reflect on where we came from. Over in England, there's enough going on to be thankful we're no longer a member of the British Empire.
The U.S. and U.K. both suffer from illegal immigration, but the Brits are simply more motivated to do something about it than our officials.
Return to paganism increasing in England
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