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The Police vs. the PC Police

Cal Thomas, As is almost always the case, signs of trouble preceded the latest shooting in Paris, which left one police officer dead and wounded two bystanders before police killed the gunman, later identified as French national Karim Cheurfi, a known criminal with a long, violent record. ISIS claimed to be behind the attack. According

French presidential election: Leftist protesters grow violent after results come in

Police detained 29 people in Paris on Sunday after “anti-fascist” demonstrators became violent – hurling glass bottles and firecrackers and setting cars ablaze. Six officers and three demonstrators were injured during the protests at the Place de la Bastille. Several businesses sustained damage, Agence-France Presse reported. At least three people were arrested.  Many of the

President Trump on Paris: ‘It Looks Like Another Terrorist Attack… It Never Ends’

Michelle Moons, WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Donald Trump responded during a joint press conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni to a question on the shooting of a police officer in Paris on Thursday. “Our condolences from our country to the people of France,” said President Trump. “It looks like another terrorist attack,” he continued.

Man killed after trying to seize soldier’s weapon at Paris airport

A man was shot dead Saturday at Paris’ Orly airport after he reached for a soldier’s weapon, BFM TV reported. The airport was evacuated, the station reported, according to Reuters. Witnesses described a chaotic scene. A witness identified only as Dominque told BFM television: “The soldiers took aim at the man, who in turn pointed

Trump Should withdraw from Paris Climate Agreement

Brett D. Schaefer, In December, 2015, President Barack Obama signed the Paris Agreement on climate change. That signature did not come cheap. To satisfy its Paris commitments, the Obama Administration announced plans to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions anywhere from 26 to 28 per cent below what they were in 2005—plans that would steeply raise

MIT Scientists Vie for Influence with President Trump

Charles Clough, During his candidacy Donald Trump said he would withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement. Lately the White House received three letters by MIT scientists arguing for and against doing so. The first came from MIT Professor Emeritus of Atmospheric Science Richard Lindzen, with a petition signed by approximately 300 scientists, urging