‘Dark Day For Internet Freedom’: EU Lawmakers Approve Copyright Directive

The European Parliament has voted to adopt the highly controversial Article 13 provision which would govern the production and distribution … More

Anti-Globalist Protest Grow Increasingly Violent In Paris

A burning command car belonging to France’s anti-terror ‘Vigipirate’ squad, dubbed ‘Operation Sentinelle’, is pictured during a demonstration as yellow … More

Belgians March Against UN Migrations Pact Signing

Another week, another European capital experiencing violent protests. On Sunday in Brussels, Belgium, citizens voiced their displeasure at the signing … More

Paris Is Burning: Anti-Macron Protestors Riot

Graffiti was removed from the Arc de Triomphe today after anti-Macron protesters stormed through Paris on Saturday. The protesters occupied … More

EU’s New ‘Copyright Directive’ Is Less About Copyright, And More About Censorship

When the EU started planning its new Copyright Directive (the “Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive”), a group of … More

Babylon Rising: Jesuit Pope Acts More Like King As EU Turns To Vatican For Leadership

The tete-a-tete between the Argentine pontiff Pope Francis and Macron in the Vatican’s ornate library lasted 57 minutes — the … More

Violence Erupts As Spanish Police Stand-Off With Voters Hitting The Polls To Split From Spain

Catalonia’s government said 90 percent of those who voted in an unauthorised independence referendum chose to split from Spain. On a day … More