Saturday, July 1, 2017

Links For Canada Day

Today is the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Canada as a self-governing dominion of Great Britain.  Here are some things going on more recently:

From the Daily Mail, the student union president at Salford University has some things to say, and they ain't pretty.

From Breitbart London, more than 95,000 migrants have crossed the Mediterranean so far this year.

From Sputnik News, the European Union promises to help Italy with all the migrants they're taken in.

From Yahoo News, who cited Reuters as their source, the "most powerful politician" in Poland says that his country has the right to say "no" to refugees.

From France 24, police break up fights between African immigrants in Calais.

From the Cape Cod Times, an opinion about "hate speech".

From The Times Of Israel, here's what one Palestinian cleric prays for.

From Egypt Independent, members of the Egyptian parliament want their government to censor online interaction between unrelated people of the opposite sex.

From the Boston Herald, the man who killed three policemen in Baton Rouge almost a year ago left behind a suicide note and Islamic prayer.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, British politician Jeremy Corbin calls for his country to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia.

From Gatestone Institute, in Europe, the collusion between big business and Islam.

From National Review, on this date in 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg started.

From Townhall, here's why liberals hate our conservative guts.

From USA Today, 25 people were shot at a nightclub in Little Rock, Arkansas.

From American Thinker, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski "wallow in the mud".

From Fox News, Melania Trump responds to Brzezinski.  (In keeping with my part-Slovak part-Polish ethnic background, I'll call this the Battle of the Slavic Women.)

From the New York Post, meanwhile, Melania's husband keeps on Tweeting about Joe and Mika.

From Crux, a Vietnamese Catholic blogger gets 10 years in prison for "propaganda" against the government.  (via Lisa Graas)

From the Washington Examiner, a reporter who helped bring down President Nixon wants a "different kind of reporting" when dealing with President Trump.

From The Daily Caller, drug abuse has resulted in half a million children being sent to foster care.

From Russia Today, Julian Assange hits back at death threats.

From The Washington Free Beacon, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) opposes efforts to investigate voter fraud.

And from Twitchy, this weekend, The New York Times will include a copy of the Constitution.

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