Five student ambassadors and a few staff members from Ethete's Wyoming Indian High School had the opportunity to take part in a cultural exchange trip to France where they played an important role in a historic event.
Forget that pesky lawsuit over a sample from her smash hit ‘Vogue.’ Pop queen Madonna has bigger legal fish to fry, so to speak. Madge chose to disregard and ignore the warning to remove the depiction of a swastika on the forehead of National Front party leader Marine Le Pen when she brought the MDNA tour to France.
Madge included the image of Le Pen in one of her video montages at her French gig
Sacrebleu! France recently introduced a new dietary guideline for elementary school students which limits the use of a favorite American condiment: ketchup.
Students will be allowed to eat ketchup only once a week when served french fries. And ketchup on traditional French dishes is now considered a faux pas of the highest order.
The French government is notorious for banning the use of English words as a way of maintaining French language and culture.
However, a recent ruling by the French government, which now makes it illegal to speak the words "Facebook" or "Twitter" on television or radio newscasts, isn't as shocking as you might think.