Richest country in world forgetting 1 thing

During the Civil War, on March 30, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of humiliation, fasting and prayer: “Whereas, the Senate of the United States devoutly recognizing the Supreme Authority and just Government of Almighty God in all the affairs of men and of nations, has, by a resolution, requested the President to […] …

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This day in WND history: ‘Temple of Baal’ goes up in New York, London

‘Temple of Baal’ goes up in New York, London March 20, 2016: WND reported visitors in April to Times Square in New York or Leicester Square in London were in for a culture shock – a life-size reproduction of the Temple of Baal. Needless to say, the exhibition of a symbol of paganism, child sacrifice and ritual […] …

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This day in WND history: Mexicans ‘own this continent’

Mexican protesters: ‘This is our continent, not yours!’ March 29, 2006: While politicians debated the fate of some 12 million people residing in the U.S. illegally, the Mexica Movement, one of the organizers of the mass protest in Los Angeles, already decided it is the “non-indigenous,” white, English-speaking U.S. citizens of European descent who have to leave […] …

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What was John Tyler’s very 1st act as president?

“When a Christian people feel themselves to be overtaken by a great public calamity, it becomes them to humble themselves under the dispensation of Divine Providence. …” stated John Tyler in his first act as president, April 13, 1841. President John Tyler continued his proclamation of a national day of fasting and prayer: “… to […] …

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This day in WND history: Town bans yellow ribbons

Town bans yellow ribbons March 28, 2003: WND reported how the Fieldsboro, N.J., borough council, made up of all Democrats, unanimously voted to ban commemorative yellow ribbons from public property, causing a huge uproar with residents looking to honor U.S. troops fighting in Iraq. “I’m shocked and outraged,” said resident Diane Johnson. “I can’t believe the […] …

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