World In Brief – April 11, 2019

World In Brief – April 11, 2019

Welcome to the World In Brief with Ernest Dempsey. The stories on today’s edition include:

  • Julian Assange arrested in London – a dark day for freedom of the press.
  • New York forces measles vaccine on people – Orwellian tyranny clad in liberalism.
  • And – are dog-owners happier than cat-owners? A survey says it is related to conservatism.
  • Plus: Sudan’s President overthrown and arrested by the military, Theresa May refuses to resign, and Italy says Turkey never a part of Europe.


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Ernest Dempsey is a writer, editor, blogger, and journalist based in Orlando, FL. He runs a popular blog Word Matters! at http://www.ernestdempsey.com/ and edits the journal and its blog Recovering the Self. Dempsey is a skeptic, vegetarian, and advocate for animal and human rights.