Here is video of Great Britain’s Prince Charles dedicating “Dumfries House,” a stately home he has helped to save and preserve for the nation. In the course of the video, Charles is asked if he is “impatient,” and he gives a candid response about what it is like to be 64 years old and still waiting to be King – with his mother, Queeen Elizabeth II, still reigning at the age of 86: “Yes, of course I am. Um, I’ll run out of time soon. I shall have snuffed it, if I’m not careful.”
UK TELEGRAPH: In a series of remarkably candid comments, Prince Charles hinted that he feared his legacy as king would be cut short.
During a visit to Dumfries House, the stately home in East Ayrshire which the Prince helped save for the nation, he joked about his reputation for pursuing projects with notorious vigour but made a poignant reference to his mortality. He said: “Impatient? Me? What a thing to suggest! Yes of course I am.” He added: “I’ll run out of time soon. I shall have snuffed it if I’m not careful.”
The comments, which were recorded for a film on the Clarence House website about the Prince’s involvement with Dumfries House, will fuel ongoing speculation that Prince Charles, 64, is more eager than ever to take the throne after 60 years of waiting. . . . Read More
Here is raw video of Gov. Mitt Romney meeting with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in London today, and other British leaders.
Here is raw video of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair being interrupted by a heckler as he was trying to give testimony during an inquiry into media ethics. The man managed to get into the room via what was supposed to be a “secure corridor” and shouted that Blair is a “war criminal.” Once the man was wrestled away, Blair set the record straight after apologizes were made to him for the interruption.
Here is a video report on Great Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge (Kate), celebrating St Patrick’s Day at a parade of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, presenting 40 officers with sprigs of shamrock.
What an absolutely wonderful video on the “Legacy of Lady Margaret Thatcher” and how her words upholding conservative, free-market principles speak so directly to what is facing America today.