Macron is losing control over Islam-dominated no-go areas in France, asks public for help
France’s President Emmanuel Macron admitted that France has lost the battle against drug trafficking within the growing number of no-go zones in the country.
In a speech for 600 business and political guests in May, Macron called on the local mayors themselves – together with the population – to find suitable solutions, for the problems in France’s 1,500 no-go areas or ‘sensitive areas’ as France calls them.
Google Redefines Family in Video Promoting LGBTQ Activists
A pot of gold isn’t the only thing at the end of the rainbow. Google is there, as well.
The No. 1 search company has found its own way to be part of Pride Month this year by partnering with three LGBTQ activist organizations. Google is working to encourage donations to the groups GLAAD, PFLAG, and the It Gets Better Project. As part of the collaborations with these groups, the company released a video advertising its own definitions of family.
Nat. Archives Stumble onto New Obama Scandal — ‘Wholesale Destruction’ of Gov’t Records
Lipscomb wrote that “the accumulation of recent congressional testimony has made it clear that the Obama administration itself engaged in the wholesale destruction and ‘loss’ of tens of thousands of government records covered under the act as well as the intentional evasion of the government records recording system by engaging in private email exchanges.”
“So far, former President Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Attorney General Lynch and several EPA officials have been named as offenders. The IRS suffered record ‘losses’ as well. Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy called it ‘an unauthorized private communications system for official business for the patent purpose of defeating federal record-keeping and disclosure laws.’”
Atlantic support for Trudeau’s Liberals hits new low: survey
It’s the third consecutive quarter where satisfaction has decreased: there was 56 per cent satisfaction in February 2018, 61 per cent in November 2017, and 66 per cent in August 2017.
Survey results also show dissatisfaction with the federal Liberals has increased, currently sitting at 43 per cent. That number is up from 37 per cent in February.
In regards to preference for federal party leaders, Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dipped from 45 per cent in February to 40 per cent this quarter.
Trump doubles down on criticism of Trudeau as analysts warn of US impact
Donald Trump has doubled down on his criticism of Justin Trudeau, warning that his stance on trade discussions was a “mistake” that would cost Canada “a lot of money”.
At a news conference on Tuesday after his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Trump referred to the Canadian prime minister’s pledge to proceed with retaliatory measures in response to Trump’s move to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel.