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Prominent Islam critic files complaint over poisoning

Prominent Islam expert Robert Spencer has filed an ethics complaint against a doctor in Iceland who treated him for poisoning after a speech in the island nation. Authorities also are considering whether or not to issue an indictment in the case. Spencer, noting physician Hjalti Már Björnsson writes for a “hard-left” Icelandic publication, suspects Björnsson’s […] …

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 […] …

Bannon’s exit means ‘Obama wins 3rd term’

The departure of Steve Bannon from the White House Friday drew strong responses from both left and right. Some conservative activists who have supported Trump feared the loss of Bannon made it less likely the president would fulfill campaign promises made to the Republican base that helped elect him, while Democratic lawmakers and activists who […] …

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 […] …

Chuck Norris asks: What’s as unavoidable as death and taxes?

During the current century, worldwide number of older adults will surpass the number of children. There are now more Americans age 65 and older today than at any other time in U.S. history. This number will swell to more than 98 million by 2060. And it is not as if we didn’t know this “boom” […] …

Residency for Thee but Not for Me

Recently, there’s been a bit of a stir in Missouri regarding the residency of our Attorney General. Bear in mind, this is a statewide office. However, per Missouri law, the Attorney General “shall reside at the seat of government.” Our current Attorney General, Josh Hawley, resides about 20 minutes outside of Jefferson City, in Boone County, but maintains an apartment in Jefferson City. While attending | Read More »
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