Articles Tagged “France”

  • Terror Update-Belgium & France

    Two high-level Belgian ministers offered to resign after admitting yesterday that action could have been taken to prevent Tuesday’s suicide bombings in Brussels. They were referring to Brussel’s law enforcement failure to initiate action in…

  • Second Man Sought in Brussels Terrorist Blasts

    Law enforcement authorities are looking for a second possible suspect in the bombing of a subway station in Brussels Tuesday. Media in Belgium and France say a man was seen on CCTV carrying a large…

  • New ISIS Terrorist Incident In France

    A man was beheaded by an ISIS terrorist and his head and body left at a chemical factory in France this morning. According to the french newspaper Le Dauphine, following the beheading a man entered…

  • D-Day Remembered Over The Weekend

    Over the weekend across America, veterans and their families got together in ceremonies to mark the 71st anniversary of the D-Day invasion that helped defeat Nazi forces in World war II. The invasion started soon…

  • Washington Reactions To Terrorist Threats

    At a hearing in Washington Wednesday Secretary of State John Kerry espoused the view that as far as threats from terrorism, things are actually safer . . . .   Thursday, the Director of the…

  • Today is the 70th Anniversary of D-Day

    Just prior to the D-Day invasion of American and Allied forces on the beaches of Normandy, France 70 years ago, General Dwight Eisenhower delivered a special message to invading troops. . . . D-DAYEISEN6-5-14 Six-thousand…

  • OFFSTAGE: A Sexy Taylor Swift Is Here to Stay

    OFFSTAGE: A Sexy Taylor Swift Is Here to Stay

    (CMT Offstage keeps a 24/7 watch on everything that’s happening with country music artists behind the scenes and out of the spotlight.) If Taylor Swift was still wearing the same sundress and cowboy boots she…

  • Congressman Brady Comments on America’s Credit Rating

    Our 8th District Congressman Kevin Brady says, “America has already been downgraded in its Triple-A credit rating, and we can’t afford another hit. He thinks Americans should learn from what’s happening to France’s credit rating…