Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Tuesday Links

Today on the Ides of September, here's a bit of what's going on:

From Fox News, an instructor at Delta State University in Mississippi, suspected to killing two people, has committed suicide.

From The Jerusalem Post, Iran's nuclear deal is expected to have an effect on the country's elections.

From Reuters, and speaking of nukes, North Korea says that its main nuclear facility is operational.

From The Times Of Israel, Hamas calls recent Israeli actions on the Temple Mount a "declaration of war".

From the Mirror, a 15-year-old British girl killed her mother after viewing online ISIS videos.

From the Express, the Lebanese education minister tells U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron that thousands of ISIS fighters are among the Syrian refugees.

From National Review, Europe rediscovers the concept that good fences make good neighbors.

From The Hill, college students don't need to be "coddled", says.......President Obama?  (via HotAir)

From CBS Chicago, a man is charged with murder for a stabbing that resulting from an argument over a cell phone.

From the Tyler Morning Telegraph, a pastor calms down an armed man who had entered his church.  (via The Blaze)

From CNN, a large object has been found floating in the Indian Ocean near Reunion.

From LifeNews, another video of Planned Parenthood discussing the sale of aborted baby parts.

From Wired, Etsy will start helping artisans to find manufacturers.

From CNET, Wilson unveils the smart basketball.

From the Chicago Tribune, in a development that can only be called "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious", Disney is looking to make a new Mary Poppins movie.

And from the New York Post, you can now donate to political candidates and advocacy groups by using Twitter.

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