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on December 13, 2018 in Featured World News

Homicides in Sadiq Khan’s London Hit Ten-Year High

by Jack Montgomery Homicides in London have reached their highest point in a decade under the mayoralty of Labour’s Sadiq Khan, despite huge strides in trauma care and lifesaving infrastructure. The number of deaths in the British and English capital has hit 130 since January 1st, according to the BBC — a figure that a spokesman for Mr Khan admitted was “shameful” — including some 73 victims who were stabbed to death and 14 victims who were fatally shot. “The causes of violent crime are deeply complex and made far worse by huge government cuts over the last eight years to...

by Jack Montgomery Homicides in London have reached their highest point in a decade under the mayoralty of Labour’s Sadiq Khan, despite huge strides in trauma care and lifesaving infrastructure. The number of deaths in the British and English...

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on December 13, 2018 in Featured World News

Lieu: ‘Would Love’ to Regulate Speech, But ‘First Amendment Prevents Me

by Trent Baker Wednesday on CNN, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said he “would love” to be able to regulate free speech, but lamented the First Amendment is preventing him. “I would love to be able to regulate the content of speech,” Lieu stated. “The First Amendment prevents me from doing so, and that’s simply a function of the First Amendment. But I think over the long run, it’s better that government does not regulate the content of speech.” Lieu then added that private companies should better regulate speech themselves. “I would urge these private-sector companies to regulate better themselves,...

by Trent Baker Wednesday on CNN, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said he “would love” to be able to regulate free speech, but lamented the First Amendment is preventing him. “I would love to be able to regulate the content...

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on December 12, 2018 in Featured World News

If You Think Trump’s Populism Is Bad, Wait Until France’s Hits The United States

By Nathanael Blake The left’s young radicals will be no more forgiving to the liberal elites than the populists will. In the end, they too will turn on those who led them to ruin. Did they really expect gratitude? The slow-motion populist revolution in the West has now convulsed France, threatening to bring down President Emmanuel Macron, who until recently had been a poster boy for the liberal European establishment. Defenders of the liberal order (broadly understood), such as Steven Pinker and Jonah Goldberg, have denounced this rising populism as the basest ingratitude. But to whom, exactly, is gratitude...

By Nathanael Blake The left’s young radicals will be no more forgiving to the liberal elites than the populists will. In the end, they too will turn on those who led them to ruin. Did they really expect gratitude?...

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on December 12, 2018 in Featured World News

The Transgender Movement Is Not Interested In Compromise

By John Daniel Davidson As public schools begin to enforce rigid transgender policies, the trans movement is becoming more mainstream and less tolerant. If you think the transgender movement is confined to college campuses and social justice warriors on Twitter, I have bad news for you. A high school French teacher in Virginia was fired last week by the West Point Public School Board for refusing to use a transgender student’s new pronoun. News of the firing comes nearly a month after a school district in Florida punished a male P.E. teacher for refusing to supervise a self-described transgender...

By John Daniel Davidson As public schools begin to enforce rigid transgender policies, the trans movement is becoming more mainstream and less tolerant. If you think the transgender movement is confined to college campuses and social justice warriors on...

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on December 11, 2018 in Featured World News

“Your Time Is Up White People!” South African Government Sets Date for White Farmers to Give Up Land without Compensation

 by Jim Hoft South African lawmakers passed a proposal to change the country’s constitution to make land grabs legal. The government voted in agreement to take land from white farmers without compensation. This same plan turned South Africa’s neighbor Zimbabwe from a state of plenty to a starving state. The parliament sang before voting to take white-owned land without compensation. The Star reported: The country’s National Assembly approved a proposal to change the constitution to make the so-called reforms legal in a vote of 183 to 77. This paves the way for land to be taken from farmers without...

 by Jim Hoft South African lawmakers passed a proposal to change the country’s constitution to make land grabs legal. The government voted in agreement to take land from white farmers without compensation. This same plan turned South Africa’s neighbor...

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on December 11, 2018 in Featured World News

Macron Surrenders and Publicly Begs French Citizens for Mercy, but May Be Too Little, Too Late

By Cillian Zeal French President Emmanuel Macron has not only backed down from his government’s decision to raise the gas tax starting next January but also offered wage hikes and tax cuts for the French people. In his first media appearance in weeks, according to The Washington Times, Macron on Monday seemed to surrender to the demands of the “yellow vest” movement, so called because of the trademark fluorescent yellow vests, required in French cars, that they’ve worn during the protests. “There is anger, anger and indignation that many French share,” he said in pre-recorded remarks, according to The...

By Cillian Zeal French President Emmanuel Macron has not only backed down from his government’s decision to raise the gas tax starting next January but also offered wage hikes and tax cuts for the French people. In his first...

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on December 11, 2018 in Featured World News

Italy’s Giuseppe Conte: We Are ‘Proud to Call Ourselves Populists’

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. “If populism means giving sovereignty back to the people, we are proud to call ourselves populists,” Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said in an address to the Italian Parliament Tuesday. The prime minister’s words came in preparation for a meeting of the Council of the European Union (E.U.) and the Euro Summit, which will take place in Brussels later this week to discuss the E.U. budget and the migration question, among other things. Se populismo significa restituire al popolo la sovranità, rivendichiamo orgogliosamente di essere populisti pic.twitter.com/25WQubCRFP — GiuseppeConte (@GiuseppeConteIT) December 11, 2018 “If populism...

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D. “If populism means giving sovereignty back to the people, we are proud to call ourselves populists,” Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said in an address to the Italian Parliament Tuesday. The prime minister’s words came...

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on December 11, 2018 in Featured World News

Pew Survey: Out Of 27 Nations Polled, Zero Want More Immigrants to Move to Their Country

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Though the lying media in all of our nations act as though everyone opposed to open borders immigration policies are racist bigots, a new Pew Research survey shows not one single major country out of 27 polled wants more immigrants. From Pew Research: As the number of international migrants reaches new highs, people around the world show little appetite for more migration – both into and out of their countries, according to a Pew Research Center survey of 27 nations conducted in the spring of 2018. Across the countries surveyed, a median of 45% say fewer...

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Though the lying media in all of our nations act as though everyone opposed to open borders immigration policies are racist bigots, a new Pew Research survey shows not one single major country out of 27...

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on December 11, 2018 in Featured World News

Trump Paid Stormy Himself. Congress Paid Its Victims $17 Million out of Treasury. Who’re the Real Criminals?

By Cillian Zeal The one person who seemed to sum up the Democrats’ reaction to Michael Cohen’s guilty plea — and subsequent allegations against President Donald Trump — was Rep. Jerry Nadler. There’s long been speculation that the New York Democrat is considering impeachment hearings against Trump and anyone around him regardless of what the evidence might entail. A report from the day after the midterms had the powerful ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee ranting on a train about impeaching Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. He also talked about going “all in” on Russia. Well, Russia might not...

By Cillian Zeal The one person who seemed to sum up the Democrats’ reaction to Michael Cohen’s guilty plea — and subsequent allegations against President Donald Trump — was Rep. Jerry Nadler. There’s long been speculation that the New...

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on December 11, 2018 in Featured World News

The Feminist Life Script Has Made Many Women Miserable. Don’t Let It Sucker You

By Joy Pullmann Women need and deserve their own life script, one that suits us. In order to develop one, we need to know and be told the truth about what makes women happy. Our culture is so saturated with feminism that even conservatives and devoutly religious people like me think inside its wheel ruts. This wouldn’t be a problem, except that feminism is antithetical to human flourishing, both individually and corporately, because it has a false view of human nature. No matter how the evidence piles up in heartbreak after heartbreak, many women continue to give themselves cognitive...

By Joy Pullmann Women need and deserve their own life script, one that suits us. In order to develop one, we need to know and be told the truth about what makes women happy. Our culture is so saturated...

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