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MOSLEM RAMPAGE: +70 Dead in Truck Attack; French “Civil War”?

From The Sun, we read: At least 73 have been killed and 100 injured after a suspected terrorist ploughed a lorry into a crowd of people celebrating Bastille Day in France. The incident happened in the southern city of Nice on the French Riviera, spreading fears of a terror attack. Crowds had gathered on the Promenade des Anglais […]

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Unarmed Citizens Vs. Armed Jihad: France & Gun Control.

Following the attacks in Paris, French President Francois Hollandé declared a “war on ISIS” and ordered a bombing raid on the ISIS-held city of Raqqa, Syria. A strong gesture? I suppose. But it’s not going to do much good. Even if President Hollandé orders an all-in French invasion of ISIS-held Syria, it’s not going to […]

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Muslim Rampage: 127 Killed in Paris Terror.

On Fox News, we read: Eight ISIS terrorists wielding AK-47s and wearing suicide belts carried out coordinated attacks at six sites around Paris Friday night, killing at least 127 people and wounding at least 180 others, France’s president said Saturday. The most horrifying scene took place at the Bataclan concert hall near the center of […]

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France, Terrorism, and Gun Control.

France has seen, over the past few days, it’s first major clash between French Law and Islamic Sharia Law. This has been the first major showdown between the freedom of the press, which is allowed by French law, and the veneration of Muhammad, which is required by Islamic law. As we read on Fox News: […]

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Meanwhile, In France… “Far-Right” FN Party Makes Electoral Gains.

  The “far-right” and anti-Euro National Front (FN) party has stunned the french political scene with resounding electoral victories, currently on track to win a record 4 towns in ongoing local elections. The FN, known for it’s strict anti-immigration views, has seen climbing popularity in recent years. Socialists and mainstream Conservatives typically dominate french elections; […]

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75% Tax Rate: The Madness of Monsieur Hollandé

The French constitutional court has finally ruled that Socialist President Francois Hollandé’s desired 75% income tax on earners over 1 million euro can go into effect. The exorbitant tax rate was initially disapproved by the same French court nearly one year ago, but was re-tooled to make employers liable for salaries instead of individuals. As […]

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The Solution to Europe’s Problems: Right Here.

A lot of European nations are in pretty sorry shape, economically speaking. Virtually all of the Mediterranean nations – Spain, Italy, Greece, France, and Slovenia – in addition to Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary and Ireland have some serious issues to deal with. All of these nations suffer from massive Welfare States. For the most part, they […]

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Bank of France Denies Gold Sell-off; Gold/Silver Spikes.

The Bank of France has officially denied rumors that it plans on selling it’s gold reserves. France is surrounded by a great deal of anxiety and stress; it is widely considered to be the largest economy on the brink in Europe, and is one of the most indebted nations in the entire world. Correspondingly, silver […]

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Left And Right: Stupid Terms.

“The usual terminology of political language is stupid. What is ‘left’ and what is ‘right’? Why should Hitler be ‘right’ and Stalin, his temporary friend, be ‘left’? Who is ‘reactionary’ and who is ‘progressive’? Reaction against an unwise policy is not to be condemned. And progress towards chaos is not to be commended. Nothing should […]

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French Socialist Gov’t Taxes Some Over 100%.

                The Socialist government of French president Francois Hollande taxed 8,000 households in excess of 100% of income last year by imposing a one-off levy on households holding assets over 1.3 million Euros. The astounding level of taxation was an effort to circumvent a tax rebate passed by previous president Nicholas Sarkozy which capped an […]

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