“This decision was not taken lightly …”
Old habits die hard
“An unnamed official told France’s Le Monde newspaper that the assailant had cried ‘Allahu Akbar'”
Good luck talking your way out of this one
“I will not yield anything, either to the lazy, the cynics or the extreme.”
The bloom is off the rose
“without a doubt a deliberate act”
“Hey, comrade… we be friends, yes?”
“But our country and political forces are not ready yet.”
“Motorists still continue to opt overwhelmingly for petrol and diesel models, usually substantially cheaper.”
“The man was from a suburb in Paris and had been previusly flagged for extremism…”
“I firmly condemn the organization of this event in Paris (that’s) ‘forbidden to white people.”
Plus: Kim Jong-un “a little unhinged.”
All over but the shouting
If it was real it was stupidly done
Expected to win anyway.
Everybody knows lots of things these days
“Six riot police officers were injured, one with third-degree burns to his hand and face…”
“This method bears the signature of the regime, and that is what has allowed us to establish its responsibility in this attack.”
Sometimes Christian forgiveness can go too far
It’s a brave new world in France, one way or the other
Dirty tricks aren’t exclusive to American politics
Your status as a fugitive criminal precludes your request.
This is the guy who called Trump’s victory, so…
Marine Le Pen looks on and smiles
Campaign cash or political promotion?
Not so fast there, freak show
This plan needs some work
If you thought freedom of speech in the United States was in danger…
Note to Françoise: over here the mob calls it a “no-show job”
Dress for the job you want, not the mullah you want to meet
The phrase “they have no chance” has taken a beating lately
Going with the free money guy against Marine Le Pen
Uninvited from the big show
“This conference is among the last twitches of yesterday’s world.”
Fighting a capitalist battle against socialists is a challenge
“I have decided not to be a candidate in the presidential election.”
“I put ESPN in a bad spot…”
Reform or revolt?
Would you care to explain?