Saturday, February 18, 2017

Saturday Links

While I enjoy a somewhat warmer than usual February weekend, here are some things in the news:

From ABC News, some Spaniards want more refugees, and one terrorist's life sentence comes to an end.

From NPR Illinois, look at some megacities, or if you have the time, go find a planet.

From the Daily Mail, Vice President Pence and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov speak their minds.

From KTLA, Secretary of Education DeVos will not be going out alone.

From Fox News, marijuana smugglers - and the Border Patrol - are getting more clever.

From Reuters, eight people flee the Border Patrol, to meet the RCMP.  (via Legal Insurrection)

From The Two-Way, Norma McCorvey passes away at age 69.

From Politico, the man who introduced Jack To Jackie passes away at age 95.

From Russia Today, French police fight back.

From the Daily Star, German Chanellor Merkel continues to be delusional.

From NBC News, the Twinks4Trump founder joins the White House press corps.

From American Lookout, Floridians go MAGA.

From Hollywood Reporter, the self-described "dangerous faggot" rides again.  (via American Lookout)

From the New York Post, General Petraeus will not replace General Flynn.

From The Washington Free Beacon, some former Flynn supporters reportedly recommend another possible replacement.

From LifeZette, a celebrity campaigns against human trafficking.

From WQAD, there's more rain on the way for California.

From National Geographic, some historical pictures of the Post Office.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, US-led airstrikes deprive ISIS of a bridge.

From the Express, in northern Somalia, rape gangs target female refugees.

From Twitchy, some lefties can't stand Bono showing respect to the vice president.

And from CNET, why do we (myself included) keep buying throw-away headphones?

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