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This day in WND history: Video game allows you to take aim at JFK

Video game allows you to take aim at JFK Nov. 22, 2004: A video game, released in 2004 to coincide with the 41st anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, let players recreate the shooting in Dallas and earn points depending on how accurately their shots match the official version of events as documented by […] …

Did Jane Austen have the key to a happy marriage?

Heaven forfend – they’ve formed an attachment! An attachment – formerly understood as a binding promise of marriage – was strictly verboten for titled young men and enterprising Cinderella types. (Poor Edward Farrars of Jane Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility” was cut off without tuppence for forming a less-then-desirable alliance.) Young ladies were watched and warned […] …

Now states launch assault on Little Sisters of the Poor

Remember the Little Sisters of the Poor, the Denver-based order of Catholic nuns who fought a years-long battle against the Obama administration over rules that forced them to fund abortion and contraception for employees? The U.S. Supreme Court decided 8-0 in the nuns’ favor in 2016, sending the case back to lower courts for a resolution. The case, Zubik […] …

‘Anchor abortions’ joining ‘anchor babies’ as residency strategy?

Children born in the U.S. to illegal aliens, known as anchor babies, are automatically granted citizenship. Now a new benefit may be developing for illegal-alien girls and women who are pregnant. The American Civil Liberties Union recently tricked the Department of Justice, arranging for taxpayers to fund an abortion for an illegal-alien teen. More cases are in […] …

See Dershowitz unleash on Mueller

Alan Dershowitz is blasting Special Counsel Robert Mueller for trying to turn President Trump’s constitutional actions into crimes. Mueller, who was appointed to investigate claims the Trump campaign had connections to Russia, is “going well beyond his authority as a prosecutor,” Dershowitz stated during an appearance on Fox News’ “Outnumbered Overtime.” Dershowitz, a Harvard law […] …

Bible Museum blasted for leaving out Islam

There’s been both praise and criticism for the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, a 430,000-square-foot facility that features some of the world’s top artifacts linked to the book Christians consider holy and Jews revere as containing their Scriptures. For example, one prominent pastor says the $500 million project is a little too “politically […] …

On video: Prof takes swing at conservative students

Editor’s Note: The video below of the instructor contains numerous instances of foul and objectionably language. WASHINGTON – A graduate instructor at the University of Illinois has been caught on camera threatening violence against a group of conservative students during an anti-Trump protest. The professor, Tariq Khan, urged students to resist the president’s agenda and […] …