Thursday, January 12, 2017

Thursday Links

With eight days left until the presidency is transferred, here are some things going on:

From FrontpageMag, a former Obama voter gives his thoughts as Obama's tenure comes to its end.

From National Review, how hate-crime legislation was a good idea that went bad.

From Radio Poland, American troops arrive in that country.

From The Guardian, Russia doesn't like American troops being in Poland.

From Fox Business, Donald Trump's victory has been very costly for one wealthy left-winger.  (via The Politistick)

From Twitchy, L.L. Bean CEO and Trump supporter Linda Bean fires back at leftwingers calling for a boycott.

From the Los Angeles Times, Trump's nominee for CIA chief says he won't obey orders to use torture.

From Fox News Insider, Trump seems to have found a place for former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani.  (via The Washington Free Beacon)

From SBS, a "far-right" candidate has been seen at the Trump Tower.

From Philly(dot)com, New Jersey's lieutenant governor announces that she will run for governor.

From The Hill, "Mad Dog" gets his waiver.  (via RedState)

From The Washington Post, the white working class aren't the worst off.

From ABC News, the DOJ's inspector general will investigate the actions of the DOJ and the FBI during this past election.

From ABC7, in Arizona, an armed civilian defends an ambushed cop.

From ARA News, Turkish border guards kill two civilians fleeing Syria.

From the Express, an Italian archbishop criticizes his church.

From AsiaNews, another Pakistani secular activist goes missing.

From BBC News, a Hindu saved his own life by reciting from the Koran.

From ESPN, the San Diego Chargers are moving to Los Angeles.

And from TMZ, bad dog!

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