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“With this text, we have gained nothing and lost freedoms.”

French lawmaker ALAIN DAVID, a Socialist, on a law the French Parliament passed July 23 that allows the government to close churches, mosques, and religious groups that incite hatred or violence. The Wall Street Journal reported that the law, meant to discourage Islamic separatism, also requires parents to obtain permission to homeschool.

“The bottom line is that the Hispanic values are pro-God, pro-life, and pro-country. And we are conservatives down here.”

GOP congressional candidate MONICA DE LA CRUZ-HERNANDEZ, who in 2020 came within 3 percentage points of winning a South Texas district that has never sent a Republican to Congress, on the movement of Hispanics in South Texas toward the Republican Party.

“When I wake up in the morning I am talking about mice, and then when I go to bed I am still talking about mice.”

Mouse researcher STEVE HENRY, whom Australian farmers are consulting to help them trap and kill the rodents amid an infestation in the country. The mouse plague has led to millions of dollars in crop losses, according to The Washington Post.

“We wanted to show that every woman, everybody, should decide what to wear.”

German Olympic gymnast ELISABETH SEITZ, commenting July 23 on the ankle-length unitards she and fellow gymnastic team members wore during qualifications in Tokyo. The German Gymnastics Federation earlier this year called the team’s choice of attire a stand against “sexualization” in the sport.

“A negative encounter.”

How a state government safety website in Queensland, Australia, describes a shark attack. In an effort to clean up sharks’ reputation as man-eating monsters, some Australian officials now avoid the word attack and instead refer to incidents or interactions.

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