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Novel concept for interpreting founding documents

He was one of six founding fathers to sign both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. President Washington appointed him to be a Justice on the Supreme Court. His name was James Wilson. Born in Scotland, James Wilson was one of the first to argue against British dominance. In 1774, James Wilson wrote “Considerations […] …

80% of British Jews see new left anti-Semitism

A scientific poll conducted in the United Kingdom involving interviews with more than 10,000 British Jews finds 80 percent see growing anti-Semitism, especially among left-wing Labor Party politicians. Almost a third of them said they have considered leaving the U.K. over the past two years because of anti-Jewish bigotry. The findings are part of a […] …

This day in WND history: American polygamy gets sizzle

Love, American style: Polygamy gets sizzle Aug. 20, 2012: WND took an in-depth look at polygamy in the United States, including Muslim men in America who marry multiple wives. On a popular Muslim dating site, WND found active profiles for married Muslim men seeking additional wives in every U.S. state (and Washington, D.C.) – except Alaska. A […] …

Islamist propaganda coming soon to local newspaper near you

An investigative journalism center is passing off as fact a report by the Hamas-tied Council on American-Islamic Relations that hate crimes against American mosques jumped sharply in 2015 and continue to occur at historically high rates — about once every three days. ProPublica is a New York City-based nonprofit journalism center partially funded by billionaire […] …

What happens when we lose ‘judicial restraint’

“A conservative among liberals, and a liberal among conservatives,” he was not consistently conservative enough for Republican President Warren G. Harding and he was not consistently liberal enough for Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt. As a result, he was passed over several times to be a nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court. His name was Learned […] …

This day in WND history: 1 in 6 base morality on Bible

1 in 6 base morality on Bible Aug. 19, 2005: Just one in six American adults said they made moral decisions based on the Bible in 2005, according to a study by the evangelical Christian Barna Group. When asked whether they believe moral truth is based on absolute standards or is relative to the circumstances, Americans were divided […] …

CNN parrots SPLC ‘hate-group’ list used by terrorist

WASHINGTON – In 2012, Floyd Lee Corkins II walked into the Family Research Council’s offices in Washington, D.C., with a gun and the intent to kill as many people as possible. He later told the FBI he targeted the Family Research Council because the Southern Poverty Law Center had included FRC on its list of […] …

This day in WND history: Muslim Mafia gets VIP airport security tour

CAIR gets VIP airport security tour Aug. 18, 2006: The Department of Homeland Security took a Muslim group with known past ties to terror organizations on a VIP tour of security operations at the nation’s busiest airport at the same time British authorities were working to break up a plot to blow up U.S. airlines. During the airport […] …