close Video Boris Johnson asks British lawmakers to support a new election after they block a ‘no-deal’ Brexit British Prime Minister Boris Johnson needs the support of two-thirds of Parliament to call an election; Amy Kellogg reports from London. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.**On the roster: Brexit bungles point to the genius of American system - I’ll Tell You What: Don’t be a Jamoke – Dems try to outbid each other in climate cavalcade – The Judge’s Ruling: The temptation of tyranny – That ain’t right Which brings us to Brexit. Americans rightly puzzle over the process since it would be utterly impossible our system. We could never have joined an organization like the European Union nor do we have any mechanism for dissolving our existing union (just ask Jefferson Davis).THE RULEBOOK: PICK YOUR POISON Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 21TIME OUT: ‘THE ROAD IS LIFE’History: “On September 5, 1957, New York Times writer Gilbert Millstein gives a rave review to ‘On the Road,’ the second novel (hardly anyone had read the first) by a 35-year-old Columbia dropout named Jack Kerouac. … ‘On the Road’ is an autobiographical novel about a series of cross-country automobile trips that Kerouac made between 1947 and 1950,… Read full this story
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