Monday, July 17, 2017

Monday Links

Some things going on out there:

From The Daily Caller, some people aren't satisfied with the Doctor's upcoming sex change.

From UPI, the European Union apparently has gotten a clue.

From the Greek Reporter, young adult Greeks are having a hard time getting on their own two feet.

From the Daily Mail, an Italian mayor barricades an abandoned building to keep migrants out.

From Breitbart London, in a British Islamic secondary school, pro-rape books are discovered.

From the Observer, former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair should move to Brussels.

From The Old Continent, anti-Jewish crime soars, but does not get prosecuted.

From Cincinnati(dot)com, a mother who thought she lost her baby wasn't really pregnant.  (via WTVR)

From FrontpageMag, pretty much confirming what I said in a "Things I have learned" post, there are people who consider speech that they don't like to be violence.

From National Review, the Trump administration takes on the campus rape culture controversy.

From Townhall, why liberals hate President Trump.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, ISIS leader al-Baghdadi is reportedly still alive.

From The Times Of Israel, a Canadian imam is wanted by police for demonizing Jews.

From Twitchy, new Senate candidate Kid Rock releases his opening statement.

From DefenseTech, the U.S. tells Turkey that their Russian-made missile batteries aren't compatible with NATO technology.

From Fox News, could eating dates induce labor?

From CNN, the operation to removed a blood clot above Senator John McCain's eye was pretty significant.

From CBS Las Vegas, O.J. might come back.

From LifeNews, a biologist claims that it's "OK to euthanize disabled newborns".

And from the New York Post, is that a banana, or are you happy to eat breakfast?

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