Monday, May 2, 2016

Monday Links

As the workweek starts, here are some things going on out there:

From NewsBusters, when The Washington Post reported on a murder trial here in Maryland, they buried one little detail about the defendant in paragraphs 29 and 30.

From Fox News, there's something you might want to watch out for if you rent a place via Airbnb.

From the New York Post, here's another hazard of renting via Airbnb.

From LifeNews, abortionists lament the decline in demand.

From TechCrunch, the Oculus Rift is coming.

From The Jerusalem Post, some anti-ISIS fighters from Syria will be based in Jordan, and trained by Norwegian troops.

From Rudaw, the prime minister of the Kurdish Regional Government says "the political situation in Iraq is complicated."

From the Institute Of Economic Affairs, a  pro-Brexit book.

From First Coast News, a man asking women indecent questions is captured on video.  (via Breitbart's Big Government)

From Gatestone Institute, there's "no end in sight" for Europe's immigration crisis.

From ZNews, a British Hindu converts to Islam and then kidnaps sex slaves.

From NDTV, ISIS publishes a hitlist of U.S. military personnel.

From the Birmingham Mail, a Muslim automotive worker is fired for showing pictures of himself with an AK-47 to his co-workers.

From CNN, Mayday protesters in Seattle get violent, and Puerto Ricans flee the island at a record rate.

From FrontpageMag, President Obama has freed one member of the terror cell that attacked the U.S.S. Cole.

From National Review, a report on Obama's economy.

From Politico, a spokesman for Ted Cruz (R-TX) predicts that on the second ballot at the GOP convention, Donald Trump's (R-NY) stock "will collapse like Enron".

From CNS News, in Brazil, WhatsApp has been suspended.

From KDVS, an earthquake occurred this morning in western Kentucky.  (via Activist Post)

And from WGN, the Cubs get dressed up.

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