Increasingly, British voters are dismissing the dire warnings of “Project Fear” — the non-stop propaganda campaign of Prime Minister David Cameron, EU and IMF officials, President Obama, the major media, etc. — and the pro-Brexit side has now taken the lead.

The world's biggest technology companies joined with the European Union to censor the Internet, announcing this week an online “Code of Conduct” that will be used to remove and prosecute “illegal” speech, while promoting government propaganda. Everything from the Christian Bible and the Islamic Koran to criticism of Islam or concerns about uncontrolled immigration could fall under the vague new censorship rules. Alongside the censorship and propaganda, the EU touted “a robust system of enforcement” to effectively apply “criminal sanctions against the individual perpetrators” of illegal speech. Critics, though, are speaking out, warning of the Orwellian implications of having an unelected and unaccountable super-state attempting to overturn centuries of protections for civil liberties that are at the core of Western civilization.  

On May 12 Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff was replaced by interim President Michel Temer. Other than that, nothing has changed. 

Photos published by a French press agency reveal that U.S. Special Forces are engaged on the front line of the Syrian civil war, contrary to the Obama administration's assurances.

Trump should ask Sanders why, since socialism is imploding and likely leading to starvation in Venezuela, he wants to adopt it here.