Interview With Former Cincinatti Mayor Ken Blackwell

Re-Blogged From Daily Caller

Ken Blackwell, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights and currently a senior fellow at the Family Research Council, spoke with the Daily Caller’s Vince Coglianese about violence in Democrat-run cities, the Black Lives Matter movement and more.

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University of Kansas Allows Concealed Carry — Look What Happened to Crime Rates

By   – Re-Blogged From Independent Journal Review

While lawmakers and students are debating how to address gun violence, one university is allowing students and faculty to carry guns — and it’s having a big impact on crime.

In a report released last week, the University of Kansas, which began allowing students to carry concealed firearms on campus on July 1, 2017, and recently increased the number of safety officers on the premises, said crime has decreased by 13 percent, the Lawrence Journal-World reported.

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France imposes Soviet Style Movement Restrictions on Climate Activists

By Eric Worrall – Re-Blogged From http://www.WattsUpWiththat.com

France embracing Soviet Style Abuse of Due Process

France has arbitrarily imposed Soviet style movement restrictions on a number of climate activists. French Authorities claim this measure is necessary, to reduce the risk of public disorder during the COP21 conference.

France embracing Soviet Style Abuse of Due Process

According to the Australian ABC;

French climate change activists have been placed under house arrest ahead of the opening of the UN climate change conference in Paris.

Public demonstrations are banned in France under the state of emergency that was declared after the Paris terrorist attacks two week ago, in which 130 people were killed.

Green groups have described the move as “an abuse of power” but the French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said the activists were suspected of planning violent protests.

“These 24 people have been placed under house arrest because they have been violent during demonstrations in the past and because they have said they would not respect the state of emergency,” he said.

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