Thursday, April 13, 2017

Thursday Things

Some things going on today, which is Thursday:

From Air Force Times, the demand for virgins has just skyrocketed.

From Reuters, my response to this development would be "Zgodę się bardzo."

From the Express, the British "benefits capital" is this place, and a horrific "honor" attack.

From The Blaze, a certain liberal comedian didn't know the correct date of a special election.

From ABC News (where A stands for "American"),  Star Wars people tribute Carrie Fisher.

From Breitbart Tech, how the left tolerates one type of homophobe.

From The Daily Caller, a doctor in Michigan is charged with performing FGM.

From The New York Times, why your shoes get untied.

From WGN, Chicago will get a new police oversight agency.

From the Daily News, President Trump signs a law allowing states to decide whether they fund Planned Parenthood.

From FrontpageMag, what the "Resistance" wants.

From National Review, a historical parallel to President Obama.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, Iraqi troops advance in Mosul.

From Townhall, the Obama administration claimed to have eliminated "all" of Syria's chemical weapons.

From Sky News, the man suspected of bombing the Borussia Dortmund team bus was a refugee.

From ABC News (where A stands for "Australian"), an Islamic group puts out a controversial video.

From One News Now, the Gospel is now being preached in the place where it originally came from.

From Business Insider, what a MOAB blast looks like.

From Shots, what doesn't kill you can still maim.

And from the New York Post, do you root for the horse or the gator?

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