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This day in WND history: Amazon CEO’s 20-man army to dig up dirt on Trump

Amazon CEO’s newspaper orders 20-man army to dig up dirt on Trump May 11, 2016: Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos, who is also a Democratic Party donor and controls a personal investment firm that owns the Washington Post, ordered up an army of 20 newspaper staffers to scour Donald Trump’s life for any dirt they could find […] …

The fate of the world – on Ivanka’s shoulders?

Photogenic Ivanka is fast becoming the most controversial member of the Trump family, with a White House office and everything that space implies. She never expected this notoriety. Pre-Washington, Ivanka was better known as a socialite, mother and entrepreneur. She is also a serious art collector. Last December, a handful of artists claimed to be […] …

The case that free trade is unconstitutional

The landscape in Washington, D.C., is populated with many memorials and monuments honoring our Founding Fathers for their vision and leadership. Americans who advocate free trade honor our Founding Fathers for various reasons, too, but that honor stops when they fail to recognize that our founders advocated protectionism and rejected (and even ridiculed) free trade. […] …

Bakery fighting ‘gay’ demands goes to U.K.’s highest court

A long-running case brought by Northern Ireland’s taxpayer-funded Equality Commission against a family-owned bakery fined for refusing to violate Christian beliefs of the owners by promoting homosexuality has reached the U.K. Supreme Court. The Christian Institute, which has represented the family that owns Ashers Baking Co., announced Wednesday that the U.K. Supreme Court will consider a possible […] …