Tuesday Show 06-21-16
Many people do not remember this American war
The French Revolution had left that country in chaos. 26-year-old Napoleon fired cannons down the streets of Paris, mowing down French citizens in the 13 Vendémiaire revolt, 1795. The French Directory then made the young Napoleon general of the Army of Italy.
Britain Doesn’t Need the EU to Thrive
The United Kingdom will on Thursday vote either to leave or remain in the European Union. This is the most important European event of this century since it will likely have important domino effects for the rest of Europe.
UK Vote Comes Amid Growing Anti-EU Sentiment Across Europe, Partly Driven by Refugee Crisis
On the eve of the momentous British referendum Thursday on whether or not to remain in the European Union, euroskepticism is on the rise in many countries, including Germany, where critical voices have been gaining traction.
Switzerland Withdraws Its Dormant 24-Year-Old Application to Join EU
Swiss lawmakers voted last Wednesday to withdraw Switzerland’s dormant 1992 application to join the European Union (EU), just a week before Britons are scheduled to vote on a “Brexit” resolution to leave the EU.
Ex-Terrorism Prosecutor: Redacting 911 Calls Shows Obama Administration 'Is Becoming Sharia-Adherent
In commenting on why the Obama administration initially had decided to release redacted portions of the 911 telephone calls made by the radical Islamic terrorist who killed 49 people at an Orlando night club, columnist, author, and former terrorism prosecutor Andrew C. McCarthy said it was because the government “is becoming Sharia-adherent.”
Gohmert on Anti-Terror Bill: ‘It Never Mentions The Term Radical Islam’
In the aftermath of the Orlando terrorist attack, the vast majority of House Republicans voted in favor of legislation designed to enhance efforts to combat “violent extremism,” but one of the three who voted against it, Rep. Louie Gohmert of Texas, said he did so because it fails to identify “radical Islam” as the problem.
Smiths Falls, Ont., funeral business dissolves the dead, pours them into town sewers
Waterworks officials in a small town southwest of Ottawa are monitoring a funeral company that has become the first in Ontario to use an alkaline solution to dissolve human remains, and then drain the leftover coffee-coloured effluents into the sewer system.