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This day in WND history: New Jersey push to ban Ann Coulter best-seller

New Jersey push to ban Ann Coulter best-seller June 13, 2006: Best-sellers were once made by being banned in Boston. But a pair of New Jersey state legislators tried to ban a book already atop the best-sellers list. The book stirring all the controversy was “Godless: The Church of Liberalism” by WND columnist Ann Coulter. Two […] …

True goal of socialism from the horse’s mouth

“Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” announced President Ronald Reagan at the Berlin Wall, June 12, 1987. Begun after Lenin’s Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, the Soviet Union existed from 1922 to 1991. With its motto “Workers of the World, Unite!” the Soviet tactic was to train agitators, community organizers, labor organizers, and agent provocateurs – […] …

Answers to Tangled up in the Bible: A Bob Dylan Quiz

Editor’s note: Here are the answers to a quiz, reprinted with permission of David Buckna on the occasion of the release of “Bob Dylan: A Spiritual Journey” by Scott M. Marshall. The quiz itself is linked here. 1. “Long Ago, Far Away.” Like many good stories, the song ends with an unexpected twist: “Things like […] …

‘Climate change’ fight has cost you astronomical figure

By Joe Wilson WASHINGTON – The U.S. government spent nearly as much fighting “climate change” between 1993 and 2014 as was spent on the entire Apollo program between 1962 and 1973, according to a new report. A May 2017 report from the Capital Research Center (CRS) states that “from FY 1993 to FY 2014 total […] …

How easy it is to forget sacrifices of early Patriots

Dr. Joseph Warren sent Paul Revere and William Dawes on their midnight ride to warn Lexington and Concord that the government was coming to seize their guns. The British were also headed to Pastor Jonas Clarke’s home to arrest two anti-government activists: Tea Party leader Samuel Adams and businessman John Hancock, who was targeted by […] …

Why are we taxed so much?

Withholding taxes from paychecks began June 9, 1943. Congress passed it as an emergency measure during World War II to get money to fight Hitler. Withholding taxes was the idea of Beardsley Ruml, the treasurer of Macy’s Department Store who became chairman of New York’s Federal Reserve Bank. Ruml was helped by Bernard Baruch and […] …