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Stunning image shows Israel’s flag on Temple Mount

A stunning new image has been uncovered by a reporter in Israel showing Israel’s flag on the Temple Mount. It’s rare, because the Temple Mount is supervised by the Islamic Waqf guards, under orders from the Islamic government in Jordan, which strictly forbids any Jewish faith presence there. Not even praying is allowed. In fact, […] …

Jefferson: We may never see his equal again

Thomas Jefferson was born April 13, 1743. He drafted the Declaration of Independence, 1776; was governor of Virginia, 1779-1781; and founded the University of Virginia in 1819. While U.S. Minister to France, 1785-1789, Jefferson met with the Muslim Ambassador from Tripoli to negotiate freeing hundreds of captured U.S. sailors held in dungeons. Jefferson asked what […] …

Franklin Graham slams university for ‘promoting sin’

It was a week ago that Franklin Graham, CEO of Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, called out the University of Tennessee-Knoxville for having a “sex week” on campus. The evangelist asked people to tell Chancellor Beverly Davenport what they think of using a publicly funded campus for such events. “Email your concerns to […] …

Civil War irony: Praying to same God for different results

Prior to the Civil War, tariffs on imports into southern ports, notably Charleston, South Carolina, provided the majority of the revenue for the U.S. federal government. A federal income tax did not exist yet. Tariff taxes on foreign made goods made them more expensive, causing people to buy domestically produced goods mostly from Northern factories. […] …

Guidestar accused of using ‘flawed’ SPLC data to make money

A brief asks the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reverse a district court’s dismissal of a lawsuit by Liberty Counsel against the charity-monitoring website Guidestar for smearing Christian non-profits with “hate group” designations based on mainstream religious views about marriage and sexuality. WND reported in January when the lower court judge dismissed a lawsuit by […] …

Students at 350 schools leave classes, but not over guns

High-school and college students at more than 350 schools across the U.S. are walking out of their classes to support life and protest Planned Parenthood on Wednesday. The walkout was coordinated by the Students for Life of America. The teenagers are leaving class for 17 minutes, which the organization says is the same amount of time […] …

Study shows success in reversing chemical abortion process

Women who begin a chemically induced abortion but then have second thoughts now have hope of saving their unborn children thanks to a new study showing a great success rate in reversing the early effects of abortafacients through hormone treatments, a discovery that could save some 30,000 babies per year. The treatments also appear to […] …

Mystery ‘trumpet sounds from sky’ in Hawaii

Snippins News has posted online a video that contains sounds that are described as possibly being from “tidal waves, methane explosions, underground earthquakes, or shifting sand dunes.” Or not. “Although it’s probable that these ‘weird apocalyptic’ booming sounds seemingly coming from the skies have an earthly origin, USGS scientist David Hill says that it’s also […] …