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2 Wasserman Schultz IT aides indicted for conspiracy against U.S.

2 Wasserman Schultz IT aides indicted for conspiracy against U.S. By Luke Rosiak Reprinted with permission of the Daily Caller News Foundation A federal grand jury Thursday indicted two former information technology (IT) aides of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz — Pakistani-born Imran Awan and his wife Hina Alvi — on four counts of conspiracy […] …

This day in WND history: Keyes suggests canceling taxes for slave descendants

Keyes suggests canceling taxes for slave descendants Aug. 17, 2004: Republican Alan Keyes came out in favor of giving descendants of black slaves an exemption from federal income tax in his run against Barack Obama for Illinois’ Senate seat. “When a city had been devastated [in the Roman empire], for a certain length of time – a generation […] …

Even liberals aren’t turning out for Al Gore’s new film

Al Gore’s new documentary film appears to be a box-office flop, the latest evidence that the movie-going public has moved on from the issue – global warming – that has made him uber wealthy. While reviewers for the New York Times and other establishment publications are raving about the new documentary – “An Inconvenient Sequel: […] …

Trump disbands business councils as CEOs jump ship

President Trump announced Wednesday he has disbanded two business-advisory councils after at least a dozen members departed because of the president’s response to the Charlottesville, Virginia, clash over a Confederate statue in which a woman was killed after a man rammed a car into a crowd. The CEOs of Merck, Under Armour and Intel quit […] …

Feds force $1.1 million fine from farmer prosecuted for plowing own land

  A farmer in California prosecuted under the Clean Water Act for plowing his own land without federal permission agreed to a $1.1 million settlement after the feds threatened $45 million in penalties. The Duarte Nursery was written up by the Obama Department of Justice after the Army Corps of Engineers determined the pools running alongside the furrows created […] …

Another state bans taxpayer funding of abortion

WASHINGTON – In an outstanding victory for the pro-life movement, the state of Texas has restricted taxpayer funding for abortions. On Tuesday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signed a law limiting insurance coverage for abortions. This means that taxpayer-subsidized insurance plans and Medicaid funds will no longer be allowed to cover abortions, except for cases when […] …

Exposer of baby body-parts trade fights prosecution

One of the two undercover investigators who famously exposed Planned Parenthood’s trade in the body parts of unborn babies has filed a motion to permanently dismiss 14 of the 15 felony charges the state of California brought against her. Facing 11 years in prison, Sandra Merritt, defended by the non-profit Liberty Counsel, filed a motion […] …

‘Fake news’ network censors Trump campaign ad … again!

For a second time, CNN has decided to censor President Trump in the only place that it can: on CNN. By preventing broadcast of an advertisement prepared by the Trump campaign. It happened first back in May when Trump was critical of the “fake news” being aired by networks across America. ABC, CBS and NBC […] …

See which 1 nation put Soviet Union in class as ‘global power’

Guess which single nation, during the years 1941-1945, sent the Soviet Union $146 billion (in current dollars) worth of equipment, queries a new report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. Making up a superpower’s shopping list of 3,770 bombers, 11,594 fighter planes, 5,980 anti-aircraft guns, 2,000 railway engines, 51,000 army Jeeps, 361,000 trucks, 56,445 field telephones, […] …