Monday, May 2, 2016

Monday Morning Roundup - Monday May 2nd, 2016


New survey shows growing unease of Islam in France and Germany; increase in the number of citizens who view Islam unfavorable grows in both left and right leaning politically affiliated segments.  Contrary to the assertions of pro-Islam lobbyists, it isn't just a conflation of Islam with terrorism - it is a growing realization that Islam is incompatible with the basic tenets of the open societies of the West.

May Day Protestors in Canada target Toronto's Pearson Airport as the focus of their wage and job security demands.  The "$15 Minimum Wage" activism has spread to Canada.

Syria relies not only on Russian air support, but the nimbleness of motorcycles as part of its military strategy to take back areas captured by anti-Assad forces.



May Day Protestors in Canada target Toronto's Pearson Airport as the focus of their wage and job security demands.  The "$15 Minimum Wage" activism has spread to Canada.


The 2016 running of the Kentucky Derby is just around the corner, and high-end tailgating is always good form.  The Kentucky Derby has gathered the most popular recipes from the "Taste of the Derby" chefs that you can recreate at home.  A simple syrup, a top shelf Bourbon and naturally, a silver julep cup is a Derby tradition that is over a century old.


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