Yes, it is the birthday of our most recent former president. This, of course, sets aside the objections of the "birthers", which were mainly about where he was born, not when. So as Barry enjoys his birthday cake, here's some of what's going on out there:
From Breitbart London, the E.U. sends money to refugees in Turkey.
From Russia Today, that burkini is gonna cost you, lady.
From the Express, a shopping center in England is evacuated due to a bomb threat.
From the Independent, the U.N. tells the U.K. to take in more refugees.
From The Old Continent, a refugee and his friends visit a Swedish family who had sheltered him, which results in a rape.
From Mediaite, Representative Maxine Waters (D-Cal) supports the White House leakers. (via The Blaze)
From PoliZette, Attorney General Sessions has four alleged leakers in his sights, and an interview with my favorite convicted felon.
From the New York Post, the "Mona Lisa" of dinosaurs.
From NewsBusters, NBC's Today advises shoppers to throw groceries at robbers. (This makes me wonder. If a robber just happens to be Muslim, would throwing bacon at him be a hate crime?)
From Campus Reform, a professor warns that "social justice warriors" are "ruining" engineering.
From FrontpageMag, a look at President Trump's proposed immigration law.
From National Review, a look at our current immigration system.
From Townhall, why West Virginia Governor Jim Justice switched parties.
From The Express Tribune, a 12-year-old seminary student is tortured and injured.
From the Deccan Chronicle, a Pakistani textbook blames Hindus for the violence accompanying the 1947 of British India.
From AhlulBayt News Agency, a new resort in Saudi Arabia will allow bikinis.
From NBC News, Baltimore starts its "Nobody Kill Anybody" weekend.
From The Guardian, a gallery of wildlife pictures.
From Yahoo News, when and how to see the Perseid meteor shower.
And from Fox News, O.J.'s Bronco is back on television.