Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Wednesday Links

Now that I've been back in Maryland for a day, here are some things in the news:

From CBS News, one presidential candidate's daughter has a challenge for the other one's daughter.  (via The Hill)

From the Daily Mail, Donald Trump (R-NY) has some harsh words for the prosecutor of the Freddie Gray case.

From ABC News, Hillary Clinton (D-NY), who was officially nominated by her party yesterday, gets the endorsement of a former New York mayor.

From The Daily Wire,  after the Clinton nomination came the walkout.

From FrontpageMag, the Democrats put on their Mr. Bill Show.

From the Miami Herald, Trump asks Russia to find Clinton's emails.

From the New York Post, Trump criticizes Clinton's running mate, but gets confused.

From World Net Daily, a black man is shot for supporting Trump.  He is now recovering in a hospital.

From Middle East Eye, over 3,000 migrants have died crossing the Mediterranean this year.  (via Zero Hedge)

From the Express, in Germany, a refugee from Eritrea allegedly rapes a 79-year-old woman in a cemetery.

From the Evening Standard, the two Muslims who killed a French priest used nuns as human shields.

From Russia Today, the French are upset that the authorities missed the two.

From the Mirror, a children's TV show generates outrage by showing a fireman tripping over a page from the Koran.

From the Richmond Times-Dispatch, a Richmond man who started out delivering milk in a horse-drawn wagon dies at age 103.

From USA Today, the man who shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 will be allowed to go home to his mother.

From The Next Web, Snapchat finds an interesting way to promote itself.

From The Jerusalem Post, an editorial in favor of Kurdish statehood.

And from CNN, something that I think I'll decline.

No comments:

Post a Comment