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Daily Mail | Only one extremist in Britain is now subject to an official anti-terror order despite there being at least 2,000 fanatics at large in the UK, it can be revealed today.

London Telegraph | Armed police and soldiers are set to protect holidaymakers visiting France this summer amid fears terrorists could try to strike the tourist industry.

Pamela Geller | This shows how rare, if not non-existent, real hate crimes against Muslims are.

American Mirror | It’s 1968 all over again.

Newsmax | Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Democrats made history by nominating Hillary Clinton — the most unpopular candidate in Democratic history.

The College Fix | ‘I regret … I was not more careful with my language’

UK Mirror | Cartoon character treads on page of Koran in hit Channel 5 show.

Information Liberation | They view us as “infidels” and asking them to integrate is viewed as oppression.

The Daily Sheeple | It wasn’t long before the “protesters” brought baseball bats and incendiary devices to the streets.

Information Liberation | Rather than close Europe’s borders in response to recent terror attacks by migrants, the EU should be transformed into a surveillance state, so says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.

AFP | Over 13,000 people have been detained so far.

Breitbart | Facebook has reportedly told WikiLeaks that it has unblocked links to the site on Facebook, calling the block “an accident” after it faced widespread accusations of political censorship.

The College Fix | A Jesuit university employee who was suspended and investigated for the “hate crime” of believing in two genders has been reinstated by the school.

Fortune | Another milestone in drone deliveries.

London Independent | The 26-year-old elementary teacher is considering legal action.

Daily Caller | What’s it like to hole up in a special “safe space” during the RNC? Very, very sad, it turns out, unless you really like coloring books.

NBC News | A Transportation Security Administration agent in Seattle was arrested after allegedly being spotted using a phone to take video up a woman’s skirt at the city’s airport, according to authorities.

EAG News | Clapping is now banned at Sydney’s Elanora Heights Public School to accommodate students who are sensitive to loud noises, the latest in a long line of politically correct moves by Australian schools.

London Telegraph | Metropolitan Police officers have had their leave cancelled after a string of violent attacks in the capital.

UK Express | EUROPE’S tourism industry is taking a massive blow from an increasing number of terrorist attacks putting off wealthy Chinese tourists.

The College Fix | She clearly wanted her anti-police message to be seen.

Chris Menahan | She referred to Japan, a country with a low proportion of Muslim migrants, and pointed out that they don’t experience terror attacks.

Prison Planet.com | “We demand law and order,” Trump said via Facebook.

The American Mirror | Supporting Donald Trump for president can mean threats, intimidation and attacks on personal property.

Michael Snyder | This will represent a big, juicy target for anyone that wants to make some sort of a statement.

Fox News | “Western civilization is in a war.”

Breitbart | Its membership consists of mostly white people.

Mikael Thalen | Violent felon had recently been released after serving half of a 12-year sentence.

Adan Salazar | Release of dash cam, body cam footage now subject to judicial review.

Breitbart | Sheriffs in North Carolina have alleged that staff at a Shelby fast food outlet verbally attacked them and then served them tainted food, reports say.

Daily Caller | President Obama referred to himself 45 times over the course of the speech he delivered Tuesday at the memorial service for the five police officers killed in Dallas last week.

London Telegraph | Harassment of women is to be recorded as a hate crime in a bid to tackle sexist abuse.

Louder With Crowder | Germany and Islam are becoming synonymous with one another.

RT | Details have emerged of how US and UK Special Forces clashed and drifted apart over the conduct of the Iraq occupation.

Breitbart | On July 11, director and gun control proponent Micheal Moore weighed in on the Dallas police ambush by calling for a ban on “all semi-automatic guns,” “large capacity ammo magazines,” and war.

Talking Points Memo | Dallas Police Chief David Brown said that he and his family received death threats “almost immediately after” a gunman fatally shot five police officers and wounded nine others at a Black Lives Matter rally last week.

Truth Revolt | Crackers and pigs is NOT one of his favorite dishes. It’s his racist heritage.

Wall Street Journal | Some law enforcement officials say president has helped sow distrust between police and minorities.

Breitbart | The massacre of five policemen in Dallas, Texas, has stirred a commotion on Arab social media, with many users gloating at America’s misfortune.

RT | Some 100 protesters gathered outside Wilshire Federal Building in Los Angeles, Sunday.

St. Louis Post-Dispatch | “He walked over there and into a gunfight.”

Bloomberg | Illiberalism — political autocracy and restriction of civil liberties — are on the rise.

Business Insider | The New York Post made a big call this morning with this front page declaring that last night’s shootings of several Dallas police officers was a “Civil War.”

WFAA | Many were drunk and some were believed to be stealing from inside the convenience store.

EAG News | Police believe a Massachusetts middle school student who claimed to have received racist text messages from a classmate actually “created the narrative and fabricated the story.”

London Guardian | Watchdog reveals for first time number of orders imposed on telephone and internet firms under Telecommunications Act.

Information Liberation | Screaming “I hate white people” before punching a random white woman in the face is not evidence of a racially motivated attack, at least if you take the word of Provincial court Judge Harry Van Harten.

EAG News | Portland Public Schools board member Paul Anthony thinks the district is racist towards minority students, so he filed a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Education.

Daily Mail | At least 35 girls were assaulted at the event.

Washington Times | Hollywood actor Matt Damon used a press conference in Australia over the Fourth of July weekend to discuss his desire for a massive confiscation of U.S. guns.

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