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Uzis for French Jews: The Libertarian Solution

We warned long ago that Euro-Socialism would lead to racism, and racism where there is gun control leads to racist riots like the Jew-hater Riots in Paris we’ve just read about in the news. 161 more words


The French government listens to France's tourism industry

Unlike the British government, which refuses to cut tourism VAT from 20% to 5%, the French government listens to France’s tourism industry.

Following an outcry from France’s tourism industry, the French government has dropped its plans to increase tax on tourism. 146 more words


Ze French Democracy Today

• All else takes a back seat as I dicover that yesterday the former French President was in jail and then in front of the judges for almost 16 hours! 401 more words

Sarkozy held in French influence-peddling probe

Former president, along with his lawyer, suspected of attempting to pervert the course of justice

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Investigators are probing another allegation that Sarkozy was illegally tipped off that his mobile phone had been tapped by judges looking into the alleged financing of his 2007 election campaign by former Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi. Sarkozy is alleged to have been helped to victory in 2007 with up to 50 million euros ($70 million at the time) provided by Kadhafi and envelopes stuffed with cash from France’s richest woman, L’Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt.

How to Change Your Titre de Sejour Address

1. Look on your préfecture’s website to see if they mention anything about how to change your address.

2. See that they mention something about changing addresses, but on a different page, see a sentence that mentions students going through a special process for titre de séjour things. 361 more words

Life In France As An American

Wretched Richard's Almanac: Read His French Lips

May 26, 1755

Louis Mandrin was to France what Robin Hood was to England and Rob Roy to Scotland. Having served in the war of 1740 in a light brigade noted for undertaking dangerous missions to surprise the enemy, peace, which made a remarkable appearance in 1748, left him idle and without a source of income. 262 more words