They may be on to something
Why on Earth would I do that?
“A police spokesman said on Monday that the violence against officers was ‘horrifying’…”
“Years of looking the other way and a mistaken liberality towards criminality [from the far left], has come back to strike us…”
Meets the definition of a “city purpose”
“On Friday night, special armed police had been deployed…”
“setting cars ablaze”
Do you have a reservation?
Welcome to hell.
A good time is had by all.
Who blinks first?
No extra beatings required, thanks
“Germany is certainly not the country in which antisemitic prejudices should be glossed over”
Enough is enough
More politics than policy
“We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own hands.”
Cultural integration is back in style
On second thought…
Live up to the deal
“It could have been worse.”
And a taco bowl too.
Divorce, European style.
Politico: On climate change too?
“The suspect — described only as a 36-year-old man from the former Yugoslavia…”
Did they wind up flipping a coin, or what?
Hey, it’s probably cheaper than a hearing
“…nobody will volunteer to return to their home country if there isn’t also a forced deportation scheme in place.”
An ironic twist to an outdated law
“With that being said, NATO is very important to me.”
What could possibly go wrong?
“The clear aim was to prevent similar events to those of last year.”
“We are stronger together.”
“underlines the importance of an increased control over our territory…”
Do as we say, not as our voters do
“…authorities were unable to deport him as they could not prove his identity.”
“Berlin seems to be one of only times ISIS has taken credit when attacker still at large.”
“We must get used to the idea that he was possibly not the perpetrator…”
“This is the U.S. government, not the Corleone family.”
Navy: Nothing’s changed here.
“It was arrogance, arrogance that they were going to win.”