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U.S. military to become ‘giant armed nervous system’

History has shown time and again that military force with the best communication system likely prevails, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. Now, a new report reveals that the U.S. military is working on a “giant armed nervous system” that would connect everything in a battle, from ships at sea and jets overhead to the individual […] …

Man jailed for mishandling secrets: Hillary deserves lockup

Just days after the FBI announced it would not prosecute Hillary Clinton for her mishandling of classified information, U.S. Navy Petty Officer Kristian Saucier was sentenced to a year in prison for mishandling classified information, despite his plea for leniency based on the government’s refusal to prosecute Clinton. Now, Saucier is out of prison, deeply […] …

This day in WND history: Clinton White House intervened in Travelgate hearings

Clinton White House intervened in Travelgate hearings Oct. 8, 1998: In an unprecedented effort to control the direction of questioning and flow of testimony during Travelgate hearings, White House counsel went so far as to prepare special scripts for Democrats on a congressional investigative committee – enabling members to ask friendly witnesses approved questions and to […] …

Christian pastor appeals his victory over LGBT activists

A Christian minister who won the dismissal of a case filed against him by a Ugandan homosexual-rights group now is asking an appeals court to strike from the record a venomous diatribe the judge unleashed on his beliefs. WND reported in June when Judge Michael Ponsor granted American pastor Scott Lively a summary judgment in a lawsuit brought by the […] …

Ambassador Keyes: Trump should demand House do its job

Ambassador Alan Keyes, a former presidential candidate, is urging President Trump to demand that the House of Representatives “do its job and clear the air” of the politically charged allegations against him that are clouding Washington, D.C. Keyes said the House has “a responsibility that they are not meeting right now,” which “to protect this president from […] …

Chinese dissident silenced … by Voice of America

A coalition of American organizations promoting freedom inside China is praising a decision that there will be formal investigation of those managers at Voice of America who cut off, mid-sentence more or less, a long-planned on-air interview with Chinese dissident Guo Wengui. Five journalists there also were investigated over the interview. According to a statement […] …