Here's the Sasquatch's Dozen, 12 things in the news today:
From Breitbart London, more asylum recipients are going on vacation back where they came from. (If the old country is so dangerous that you had to leave, isn't going back a bit risky?)
From the Express, French voters don't want President Emmanuel Macron to have too much power.
From Israellycool, some questions for Linda Sarsour.
From CBC News, Canada looks to make citizenship requirements easier - and removal of citizenship more difficult.
From the Daily Mail, British politician Jeremy Corbyn has some ideas on where to house victims of the fire that destroyed the Grenfell Tower.
From National Review, let's all just grow up.
From AhlulBayt News Agency, more than 100 groups agree to join the Syrian army.
From Straits Times, an Indonesian tribe converts from Animism to Islam.
From Russia Today, a man wields a knife outside the British Parliament building.
From The Local ES, Spaniards don't appear to want a Spexit, but they welcome a referendum.
From Fox News Insider, Kellyanne Conway hypothesizes about the reaction if she were to be shot.
And from Billboard, it's time for Carlos Santana to change his theme song.
Here's the bonus story, from this past April:
From Breitbart Texas, the sorry state of our southern border. I'll add my own opinion on this. If you support open borders and/or oppose any new wall, you effectively support the horrors reported in this article.