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on September 14, 2015 in World News

Miss South Carolina Blasts Holes Through Anti-Gun Question

Miss South Carolina Blasts Holes Through Anti-Gun Question “If we teach people the right way to use guns, then we will reduce the risk…” A gun question featured on last night’s 2016 Miss America pageant received an unexpected response from one of the contestants. Asked her view on the current issue of so-called “gun violence,” Ms. South Carolina, Daja Dial, responded with a Second Amendment-affirming statement. “America loves our Second Amendment, but gun violence continues to be a tragic problem. Do you support a ban on military-style assault weapons?” the moderator asked. “I don’t, but I think it’s because we… View Article

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on September 14, 2015 in Right Edition

Syrian Refugee Crisis

Syrian Refugee Crisis Germany Announces Emergency Border Controls Amid Migrant Crisis Germany announced on Sunday that it was invoking emergency powers to start protecting its borders, seemingly reaching a point of overload after greeting with open arms tens of thousands of migrants pouring into Europe, and urging other European nations to do the same. Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière announced the decision to impose temporary controls on Germany’s southern border with Austria, after thousands of migrants have crossed over in recent weeks. The announcement followed a meeting of top officials to discuss the migrant crisis, after the flood of...

Syrian Refugee Crisis Germany Announces Emergency Border Controls Amid Migrant Crisis Germany announced on Sunday that it was invoking emergency powers to start protecting its borders, seemingly reaching a point of overload after greeting with open arms tens of...

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

‘F— the rest!’ On Greek island of Kos, a migrant caste system has emerged, with Syrians at the top

‘F— the rest!’ On Greek island of Kos, a migrant caste system has emerged, with Syrians at the top Shannon Gormley, Postmedia News Every now and then, Nikos Grivas walks his German shepherd along the sea and down to the police station in Kos to give the refugees a good scare. “Not to bite,” says the tall, tanned, brawny Greek. He would never set the dogs on people waiting for their papers to leave Greece, he promises. “Just to scare.” And even then, he’s only ever paraded his dog around migrants, or shoved them, or hit them, or “beat the… View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

Czechs send more police to Austria border

Czechs send more police to Austria border The latest developments as European governments rush to cope with the huge number of people moving across Europe. All times local (CET): ___ 8:35 p.m. The Czech prime minister says that his country has deployed more police to the Austrian-Czech border in response to Germany’s decision to renew border controls along its border with Austria in a bid to limit an influx of refugees. Bohuslav Sobotka says the measure was taken “to ensure that laws and rules inside the Schengen zone are not violated.” Sobotka said Sunday that the government will assess the… View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

Refugee Influx May Force European Exodus to Siberia

Refugee Influx May Force European Exodus to Siberia The huge influx of migrants into Europe might one day force the Europeans to flee their own land, seeking for shelter. The Polish media even suggests they could find refuge in Russia’s Siberia; many already see it as “durable and stable” and secretly wish the “polite people in green uniforms would one day ensure their stability”. Having found themselves in the middle of the migrant chaos, many Europeans may one day wish to simply run away from the problem, suggests the Polish news website Obserwator Polityczny. It reckons they will follow in… View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

Religious Leader Angers Kiev Politicians Over Call For Peace With Russia

Religious Leader Angers Kiev Politicians Over Call For Peace With Russia Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem told a delegation of politicians from Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada his belief that Ukrainians and Russians have a familial relationship, and should live together in peace. A group of politicians from Ukraine’s Radical Party in Jerusalem were left distressed by the appeal from Patriarch Theophilos III to live in peace with Russians, as well as his belief that Ukrainians and Russians have a fraternal relationship. “We believe that Ukrainians and Russians are one people,” said Patriarch Theophilos, reported Verkhovnaya Rada deputy Andrey Lozovoy, a member… View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

One Alabama city is now considering banning mini-skirts and short shorts

One Alabama city is now considering banning mini-skirts and short shorts By Erin Edgemon | eedgemon@al.com After first proposing an ordinance banning saggy pants, the Dadeville City Council is now considering banning short shorts and mini-skirts. Dadeville City Councilwoman Stephanie Kelley said it shouldn’t just be men who are singled out on their attire. “My concern is it should be for everybody,” Kelley said during Tuesday’s council meeting, the Alex City Outlook reported. “I think for the girls, with these shorts up so high looking like under garments and dresses so short, I don’t want us to be showing favoritism.” Dadeville city attorney… View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

Syria: Germany, France break out of U.S. Alliance against Russia

Syria: Germany, France break out of U.S. Alliance against Russia Germany, Europe Fully Back Russian Involvement in Syria Editor’s note:  VT has been under both “hack” and “denial of service” attacks since running, out of “courtesy,” the unusual article on Israel and Russia that uses humor to burn down a major disinformation network including Reuters and their news partners. Germany is surprisingly quitting the anti-Putin Alliance created by the United States: Germany now officially welcomes Moscow’s readiness to engage with Syria and launches an initiative to end the war with the Russians and the French. Thus, the stream of refugees is to be… View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

As crisis escalates, Berlin says refugees can not choose where to live

As crisis escalates, Berlin says refugees can not choose where to live By Michelle Martin and Jens Hack BERLIN/MUNICH (Reuters) – German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said refugees streaming into Europe should not be able to choose where to settle, as authorities said thousands more were on the move across the continent on Sunday. Germany, Europe’s largest and richest economy, has been a magnet for many people fleeing war and poverty in Syria and other parts of the Middle East and Africa. Police said around 13,000 migrants arrived in Munich alone on Saturday, and another 1,400 on Sunday morning…. View Article

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on September 13, 2015 in World News

Germany Announces Emergency Border Controls Amid Migrant Crisis

Germany Announces Emergency Border Controls Amid Migrant Crisis By MELISSA EDDY and ALISON SMALE Germany announced on Sunday that it was invoking emergency powers to start protecting its borders, seemingly reaching a point of overload after greeting with open arms tens of thousands of migrants pouring into Europe, and urging other European nations to do the same. Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière announced the decision to impose temporary controls on Germany’s southern border with Austria, after thousands of migrants have crossed over in recent weeks. The announcement followed a meeting of top officials to discuss the migrant crisis, after the… View Article

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