It was the 2016 Brexit and Trump victories all over again, as Australian voters defied all media predictions and revolted against the climate hysteria propagandists.
In the days since Saddam Hussein was toppled, being a Christian has become an extremely dangerous proposition in Iraq.
If people seem dumber than ever, as curmudgeons might complain, it may not be just your imagination. For studies show that in a number of Western countries, IQ scores are dropping notably.
More than two years after Austria’s so-called burqa ban, the nation has taken another half step to preserve its culture: It has enacted a law designed to stop Muslim girls from wearing Islamic headscarves in primary schools.
It’s clear that the sanctions being imposed by the White House on Nicolás Maduro’s tottering regime in Caracas are forcing him into negotiating with opposition leader Juan Guaidó.
A new open-borders mob calling themselves the “Black Vests” shut down a portion of Paris’ Charles de Gaulle Airport by force on Sunday. One protester loudly proclaimed, “France does not belong to the French!”
The 1922 Committee of Tory backbenchers and Prime Minister Theresa May have agreed to meet during the week of June 3 in order to “agree on a timetable for the election of a new leader.”
After suppressing conservative content during the 2018 election cycle, Facebook is now at it again. Just two weeks before the upcoming European elections, the “social media” behemoth has banned what Breitbart describes as “23 major populist Italian pages with 2.5 million followers.”
As elections for the European Parliament come closer in Great Britain, Nigel Farage, with his new Brexit Party is set to make a large statement not only about Brexit, but about British politics in general.