Friday, February 3, 2017

Friday Links

Here are some things going on out there, besides interesting statues:

From The Daily Caller, the Screamer once again makes a donkey of himself.

From BBC News, an "allahu akbar" broke out in the Louvre's shopping center.

From The Orange County Register, a crude IED gets thrown into a restaurant.

From the Washington Examiner, President Trump announces sanctions in response to Iran's missile test.

From the Examiner, a Muslim Austrian MP proposes a ban on Christian symbols.

From Breitbart's National Security, a charge against Sebastian Gorka is dismissed.

From The Straits Times, a Saudi diplomat in Singapore gets prison and caning for molesting a female hotel intern.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, another one bites the dust.

From FrontpageMag, the real reason for the refugee protests.

From WBRC, an Iraqi interpreter, despite the 7-country moratorium, arrives in America.

From Truthfeed, according to residents of El Paso, "walls work".

From PoliZette, the mayor of Boston can't say whether the Boston bombers were refugees.

From Independent Journal Review (another right-leading site with the word "review" in its title), get ready for more Trump executive orders.

From the Daily News, it's rappers against Trump (language warning).

From CNET, a woman has undergone a successful cockroachectomy.

From Fox News, a veteran sends pizzas to deployed troops.

From WGN, seats from Wrigley Field are on sale.

And from Hoodline, Bugs and Daffy walk around San Francisco.

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