In a procession led by a man dressed as the Grim Reaper, more than 2,000 people commemorated the closing of the Kellingley Colliery mine at Beal in North Yorkshire by marching about a mile from the town hall in Knottingley (in West Yorkshire) to a rally at the Kellingley Miners’ Welfare Club.

 

 

After a 10-day “investigation,” a team of Big Government-loving pro-abortion feminists styling themselves United Nations “experts” on “gender discrimination” slammed the United States, painting the nation and its system of constitutionally limited government as an alleged bastion of oppression against women. Touting their findings as “shocking” and “myth-shattering,” the UN gender delegation called on the U.S. government to ratify more UN agreements and even to adopt a constitutional amendment that was already roundly rejected by the public. It also condemned efforts by the American people and their elected representatives to protect the lives of unborn children despite the Supreme Court's lawless usurpation of power in Roe v. Wade. At least one American official, though, promptly hit back at the radical UN “experts” and vowed to resist their constitutionally illiterate “intrusion” into U.S. life and governance.

We’ve been told they’re fleeing war. But some Muslim migrants entering Europe are apparently bringing war — a war for the hearts and minds of Westerners.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which has investigated for years whether Iran was working secretly to develop a nuclear weapons capability, decided Tuesday to end its investigation and to support instead the deal that Tehran struck in July with several other governments, including the U.S. government.

Rumors that Brazil’s finance minister — considered by many to be the only voice of reason in an administration riddled with corruption and determined to spend the country into bankruptcy — will shortly be resigning his position is causing more problems for the beleaguered nation.

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