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    We Hear You: ‘I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference’
    May07

    We Hear You: ‘I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference’

    Editor’s note: We got some great feedback about our video report on the effects of the border wall built near San Diego, and this week’s mailbag leads off with your comments.—Ken McIntyre Dear Daily Signal: Kelsey Harkness did a really good job covering the border wall in San Diego (“Underreported: How Building a Border Wall Changed...

    Steven Seagal is a threat to national security: Ukraine
    May07

    Steven Seagal is a threat to national security: Ukraine

    …read more Source: New York...

    France’s Future Course Hangs In Balance Of Presidential Election
    May07

    France’s Future Course Hangs In Balance Of Presidential Election

    Polls have opened in France’s May 7 presidential election runoff that could determine whether their country embraces its status as a leading member of the European Union or sets it on the path to a “Frexit.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    France’s Future Course Hangs In Balance Of Presidential Election
    May07

    France’s Future Course Hangs In Balance Of Presidential Election

    Polls have opened in France’s May 7 presidential election runoff that could determine whether their country embraces its status as a leading member of the European Union or sets it on the path to a “Frexit.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Kiev’s Battle of the Rainbow: Gays, Thugs, and a Soviet Monument
    May07

    Kiev’s Battle of the Rainbow: Gays, Thugs, and a Soviet Monument

    KIEV—A giant banner unfurled over Kiev’s central Maidan Square last week: an enormous broken chain stretched from black smoke, symbolizing the revolution that took place in this very place three years ago, and stretching, through broken links, to a gap to the blue sky: Ukraine’s happy future with Europe. at The Daily Beast....

    Trump to Germany: Pay Up!
    May07

    Trump to Germany: Pay Up!

    By Jean-Francois BoittinThe U.S. President reflects on why Germans must be made to pay for all the wrongs they inflicted on the United States.I extended a very warm welcome to Chancellor Merkel in the White House. And how does she respond? She invites Ivanka to Berlin, and manages to have my daughter booed at and hissed at during the meeting....

    Was Steven Seagal’s ‘bromance’ with Russia’s Putin behind Ukraine’s blacklist?
    May07

    Was Steven Seagal’s ‘bromance’ with Russia’s Putin behind Ukraine’s blacklist?

    Steven Seagal, the American actor best known for his role in ‘90s action movies such as Hard to Kill and Under Siege, has been blacklisted from the Ukraine as a national security threat. Seagal is banned from entering the country for five years on grounds he has “committed socially dangerous actions … that contradict the interests of...

    Steven Seagal BANNED from Ukraine after Kiev marks him ‘threat to national security’
    May07

    Steven Seagal BANNED from Ukraine after Kiev marks him ‘threat to national security’

    ACTION movie legend Steven Seagal has been barred from Ukraine and marked a “threat to national security” over his cosy friendship with Vladimir Putin. …read more Source:...

    Kiev’s Battle of the Rainbow: Gays, Thugs, and a Soviet Monument
    May07

    Kiev’s Battle of the Rainbow: Gays, Thugs, and a Soviet Monument

    KIEV—A giant banner unfurled over Kiev’s central Maidan Square last week: an enormous broken chain stretched from black smoke, symbolizing the revolution that took place in this very place three years ago, and stretching, through broken links, to a gap to the blue sky: Ukraine’s happy future with Europe. at The Daily Beast....

    Accredited Russian Journalists Who Visited Crimea to Be Denied Entry to Ukraine
    May07

    Accredited Russian Journalists Who Visited Crimea to Be Denied Entry to Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russian journalists who had visited post-referendum Crimea will not be allowed to enter Ukraine even if they are accredited for the Eurovision Song Contest, Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to the Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, said Sunday. Earlier in the day, a photojournalist working for the Rossiya Segodnya...