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Uproar over Iraqi lawmaker’s plan to legitimize polygamists

Defenders of traditional marriage in the United States have warned that the establishment of same-sex “marriage” in American life would lead to the legalization of polygamy. In fact, polygamists already have argued for “equal” treatment under the law, the tactic used successfully by same-sex duos. Now a formal proposal has been made to establish polygamy, not from the far left […] …

‘Civilizational jihad’ underway at 3,000 U.S. mosques

WASHINGTON – Even as President Trump’s administration tries to crack down on Muslim terrorism, public officials from both sides of the aisle remain blind to the threat of Islam, contends the man who infiltrated a top Muslim organization in the U.S. Carl Gallups, host of the radio show “Freedom Friday,” recently interviewed Chris Gaubatz, vice […] …

New U.S. supply system takes target off military convoys

The U.S. military has completed a new supply system designed to cut down on convoys as targets, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. The problem isn’t complicated. American military units on the front lines constantly need support, from food to machines to ammunition. When moving through risky territory, such as the Middle East […] …

This day in WND history: Shepard Smith escapes jail time

Shepard Smith escapes jail time July 9, 2001: Fox News Channel’s Shepard Smith, then the anchor of cable TV’s highest-rated evening newscast, went unpunished for what police say was aggravated assault with a motor vehicle. In November 2000, during the Florida presidential election fiasco, Smith had been arrested for allegedly driving his car into another […] …

The unusual medicine which eased cholera epidemic

From the beginning of recorded history, hundreds of millions have died from the epidemics of: the bubonic plague (“black death”), typhoid, typhus, smallpox, yellow fever, Spanish flu, malaria, measles, and AIDS. The disease of the 19th century was cholera. By the early 1800s, the British Empire had grown to be the largest empire in world […] …

‘Hands up, don’t shoot’ lie fuels violence against cops

It has been one year since a sniper ambushed 12 Dallas law enforcement officers, killing five, at a police brutality protest on July 7, 2016. Then-President Obama declared at the time, “There is no possible justification for these kinds of attacks or any violence against law enforcement.” Yet violence against law enforcement has become commonplace […] …

Judicial Watch: What about McAuliffe’s failed car company?

There is a flood of allegations swamping American government these days, accusing officials of improper ties: to Russia, to each other and to various companies. It’s all there in the headlines. But at least one allegation has been virtually ignored: The failure of the electric car company founded by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe. McAuliffe was the […] …

Watercooler 07/08/17 Open Thread: Last Week, RedState – The RedState Firing Line

Welcome to today’s edition of Watercooler: Last Week, RedState.   This WC is all about Posts, Reader’s Diaries, and comments at RedState Hot Topics Last Week: Maybe you had your fill of N. Korea’s games and China’s duplicity, if so you should like this piece by Streiff where Nikki Haley Puts China On Notice In the UN. Good news on the illegal immigration front with another | Read More »
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