Category Archives: The International Desk

The Situation in the South of France

Ric Erickson, the editor of MetropoleParis, has ended his many years there, and now you can find him in the South of France. He has relocated to Port-Vendres (département of Pyrénées-Orientales, Languedoc-Roussillon région), a fishing village on the Mediterranean, just … Continue reading

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The World is Worried

Friday evening, July 25, in Hollywood – the sun drops away and the half-light is failing, and a light fog is inching in off the Pacific, and they say we’ll be socked in at dawn. It’s a damned film noir … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-European, Distrust of Foreigners, Journalism, McCain, McCain: Senior Moment, Nicolas Sarkozy, Obama, Obama Visits Europe, Political Posturing, Qualifications to be President, Scott McClellan, The International Desk, The World is Worried about Us, Xenophobia | Leave a comment