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Just a reminder to put things into perspective. Where was the "republican front" and the authority of the State last month when CGT members (*) beat up people who tried to distribute free newspapers out of the control of their organization, and spilled the newspapers on the ground? The police didn’t do anything. Political leaders [...]
Jonah Goldberg: "In other words, France is still a menagerie of lefty jackassery. Le Pen’s strong showing just increased the biodiversity a bit. "It’s not me who has become extreme right. It’s the whole of society which has become extreme left," Le Pen told the British magazine The Spectator. This made a big splash in [...]
Thomas Pavel: "Whether or not young women will one day be allowed to wear the veil in school, Islam in France is here to stay. Integration, however, doesn’t occur by itself. By depressing the economy and thus the demand for labor, the policies of the current government make it harder for immigrants to find work. [...]
Mark Steyn: "The presidential election was meant to be a contest between the supposedly conservative Chirac and his supposedly socialist Prime Minister, Lionel Jospin. In practice, this boils down to a candidate who’s left of right of left of centre, and a candidate who’s right of left of right of left of centre. Chirac and [...]
John Lichfield: "What is extraordinary
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