After turning France into a global laughingstock of failed Big Government schemes and further damaging the nation’s already battered economy and reputation, the French Socialist Party’s infamous 75 percent “supertax” on the rich is set to die a quiet death on February 1. Despite the pro-wealth-confiscation ideological leanings of deeply unpopular Socialist French President Francois Hollande and his radical comrades, analysts said authorities in France appear to be finally acknowledging reality — and may now even understand that ending the massive tax scheme and scaling back draconian restrictions on economic freedom will be essential in attempting to revive the struggling economy, if not in preserving some semblance of a political future for the Socialist Party.

Some German politicians and religious leaders are recommending that Muslim songs be sung in Christian churches — during Christmas services.

The UK’s Supreme Court handed down a decision on December 17 that overturned a previous ruling made in favor of two midwives in greater Glasgow, Scotland, who had objected to being forced to supervise abortions in the Southern General Hospital in Glasgow where both worked as labor ward coordinators.

The failure of a referendum to shore up the Swiss franc has given the Swiss Central Bank carte blanche to inflate its currency "as necessary." 

A recent investigation found that Islamic indoctrination in some British schools is so egregious that students did not know whether they should follow U.K. law or Sharia law — or which is more important.