Frances Martel

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Did the First Act at the Latin Grammys Call President Obama a 'Whore'?

The Latin Grammys, the most prestigious Spanish-language music awards presentation in the United States, delayed its ceremony last night to yield time to President Obama's announcement of executive directives halting many deportations in the United States. While some artists used their time to praise President Obama, the act that immediately followed him may have cursed his name. Nov 21, 2014 8:41 PM PT

Iraqi Doctors on Unspeakable Abuse of Yazidi Women: 'It is a Public, Collective Act of Rape'

Women belonging to Iraq's Yazidi minority, who follow a religion that is neither Christian nor Muslim, have borne much of the worst of the horrors to which Islamic State terrorists subject so-called "infidels." Turned into sex slaves for and sold as wives to jihadists, the Iraqi doctors who treat them say the abuse is often beyond anything they have seen. Nov 21, 2014 10:33 AM PT

Incensed Australian Goverment Tells Obama to Stay Out of Great Barrier Reef Preservation

President Obama has incited tensions with some in the higher levels of Australian government after using his closing remarks at the G20 summit to demand Australia do more to protect the Great Barrier Reef. In response, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop sent a letter to President Obama "briefing" him on the government's extensive work in protecting the natural treasure. Nov 21, 2014 10:06 AM PT

NYT Defends Cuban Doctor 'Slave Trade,' Attacks US Refugee Program

The New York Times editorial board has taken a bold stance on the issue of Cuba’s doctor slave trade, a system that coerces doctors to work abroad for meager “stipends” in exchange for more than $8 million a year being deposited into the communist government’s pockets. Naturally, the Times has taken sides with the communist regime, condemning the United States’ offer of refugee status to these doctors. Nov 19, 2014 4:25 PM PT

French Interior Minister: 82% Rise in French Jihadists Leaving for Syria, Iraq in 2014

The French government has announced that the number of French citizens leaving the nation to wage jihad in Syria and Iraq is up 82% in 2014, almost doubling since the beginning of the year. Officials are blaming the rise of the jihadist terror group, the Islamic State, and their use of recruiting materials targeting young men. Nov 18, 2014 12:30 PM PT

Pop-Up Street Markets Replacing Storefronts as Socialism Ravages Venezuela's Economy

Simultaneous efforts by the Venezuelan government to force unreasonable price controls on vendors of necessary goods and arrest any who sell those goods on the black market has led to the rise of a unique phenomenon known as the "street market," in which Caracas vendors wait for police to pass before selling whatever items they could get their hands on the day before. Nov 16, 2014 6:56 AM PT

Venezuela Reveals 'Socialist Barbie' Just in Time for the Holidays

Just as he did last year, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro is starting off the holiday season early to distract from the massive failures of his socialist regime. This time, Maduro is kicking off the holiday season with a "socialist Barbie," which is the same Barbie all children know and love, reduced to a tenth of retail value. Nov 14, 2014 9:17 PM PT

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