Sunday, March 5, 2017

Sunday Links

As the new week starts, here are some things going on:

From USA Today, Vice President Pence (R-IN) jokes about his own email controversy.

From Legal Insurrection, Senator Chris Coons (D-Del) walks back his earlier accusations.

From Politico, Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark) says that there's no evidence of the Obama administration wiretapping then-candidate Donald Trump.

From Bizpac Review, pundit Mark Levin sets forth his case about the alleged wiretapping.

From Twitchy, a reminder of how President Obama targeted political enemies.

From Business Insider, suburbia is dying.

From The Globe And Mail, Austria tells migrants to get out.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, while meeting with a delegation from Azerbaijan, the Iranian president attributes terrorism to Wahhabism and Salafism.

From National Review, a discussion of "fake hate crimes".

From Reuters, one of yesterday's pro-Trump rallies was marred by violence.

From the Daily Mail, in five years, terrorism in Britain has "trebled".  (In this case, "trebled" is not a musical term.)

From the Sunday Express, an SAS unit saves 12 children from ISIS, and more on terrorism in Britain.

From Gatestone Institute, France is in a "death spiral".

From Breitbart's Big Government, Senator Lindsey Graham (RINO-SC) proposes a new requirement for presidential candidates, which if passed probably wouldn't withstand a court challenge.

From Breitbart London, a Somali asylum seeker goes on trial for alleged sexual assault.

From The Daily Caller, you can now buy Les D├ęplorables wine.

From The Two-Way, more than 100 people in Somalia have died of hunger.

From AP News, Pope Francis gives out a price of advice with which I can definitely agree.

From the Daily News, "10 things you need to know" about the NFL combine.

From CNN, a Russian lawmaker wants his country to ban Disney's remake of Beauty and the Beast.

From ABC News, the march that sparked "bloody Sunday" will be re-enacted.

And from Time, Saturday Night Live satirizes Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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