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EU residents facing loss of ‘democratic process’

Citizens of the European Union would face total “federalization” of the continent and the loss of any “democratic process” if a plan proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron is adopted, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. “The people would have no say in changing the direction of Europe,” warns economist Martin Armstrong in a report […] …

Uh-oh! With ISIS expelled, militias clash in new Iraq conflict

While ISIS is pushed to the brink of extinction, the Shiite militias and Kurdish fighters who drove the purported caliphate out of Iraq are now fighting each other over control of key areas in northern Iraq, and a decorated U.S. general says the ones who benefit are the mullahs in Iran. NBC News reports Monday […] …

Property-rights advocates to Trump: Restore Americans’ land rights

Property rights advocates are pleading for President Trump to get much more aggressive in rolling back national monument declarations on federal lands, asserting jobs and communities are scarce because of Uncle Sam’s tight grip on any sort of activity in those areas. At issue is a 1906 law called the Antiquities Act. Originally designed to […] …

Christian filmmakers give notice to court: Stop censorship

A team of Minnesota filmmakers is giving notice to a federal court that the censorship of their work must stop. Lawyers representing Carl and Angel Larsen of Telescope Media Group have filed a notice of appeal to the Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals of a lower court’s decision regarding their challenge to a state […] …

This day in WND history: 4th-graders ‘celebrate’ the dead

4th-graders ‘celebrate’ the dead Oct. 22, 2002: Fourth-graders at McNear Elementary in Petaluma, California, celebrated the dead in a week-long classroom ritual designed to simulate the Mexican holiday “El Dia de los Muertos,” or Day of the Dead. “They’re crossing the line. This is a religious ritual,” one outraged parent told WND. “They can teach about […] …

Marines experiment with instant repairs on equipment

The U.S. Marines are experimenting with the idea of instant repairs, in the field, of their equipment, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. They’re using a technology already incorporated in the business world – 3-D printing. “We’re at the tip of the iceberg as to what capabilities this can bring,” Capt. Justin Carrasco said […] …

G7 ministers creating worldwide ‘terrorist directory’

Amid reports Friday that G7 nations and several tech companies, such as Google and Facebook, were deploying new measures to block jihadist propaganda on the Internet, INTERPOL announced its own effort, says a new report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. The global law-enforcement alliance wants to create and maintain a list of known terrorists worldwide. The G7 effort, which aims […] …

California city asserts right to search residence without warrant

Real estate agents in Santa Barbara, California, are suing their city over a law that gives city inspectors full access to homes, arguing it violates the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment privacy protections. “Santa Barbara singles out home sellers and coerces them into giving up their vital Fourth Amendment privacy protections,” said Meriem Hubbard, a senior attorney for the […] …

Kim Jong Un: We will respond to ‘fire with fire’

The rogue regime in North Korea has sent America a threat, through the unusual channel of a letter to Australia, promising it will respond to “fire with fire.” North Korea has been issuing threats against America for some time, both through its statements and its actions. Friday, the London Mirror reported that Kim Jong Un’s rhetoric had […] …