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One Hundred Guns in Eight Hours

It was 9:08 a.m. and our bus was stuck in the desert sands of Boulder City, Nevada. We’d veered down a closed road and were still about a mile from the site of SHOT Show 2017’s Industry Day at the Range. This was a problem for me since I planned on shooting all the guns there. Given that over 200 manufacturers were exhibiting their products and the range was only open for 8 hours, it was already a hard enough task. Now I was half an hour behind schedule.
So, I hitched a ride up to the range, signed my waiver, and walked in. I immediately regretted not bringing my own hearing protection as the only option available were basic in-ear foamies—not ideal for the amount of shooting I was about to engage in, as I found out the next day.
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Petition, legislation, put U.N. in state of ‘uncertainty’ over future

United Nations officials concede there has been an atmosphere of “uncertainty” about their future since the global body’s latest attack on the sovereignty of Israel, the lighthouse of democracy in the Middle East. Among the developments is an online petition calling for the U.S. to halt support for the U.N. and expel its headquarters from American soil. […] …

Truth about persecution of Christians under assault

A stunning trio of crackdowns on information is threatening organizations that report persecution of Christians around the world, according to the Barnabas Fund, which aids persecuted Christian. In a new report, Barnabas explains that whether there are attacks on Christians by Muslims, Hindus or Buddhists, it’s important to “report both incidents of anti-Christian persecution and the ideology motivating […] …

This day in WND history: Saddam’s secret weapons exports revealed

Student punished for refusing to cite Islamic profession of faith Jan. 28, 2016: A Maryland high school punished a student for refusing to profess faith in Islam, gave her failing grades for a series of assignments that violated her Christian beliefs then threatened her father with arrest for complaining, a federal lawsuit charged. The suit […] …

What happens when scientific intellect meets God

In 1519, the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan set out on the first voyage to circumnavigate the world. Sailing for Spain, Magellan began his search for a route to the East Indies by traveling down the coast of South America. Magellan fleet reached Cape Virgenes and concluded they had found passage because the waters were brine […] …

Twitter Reacts to Live PD Showing Undocumented Immigrants Busted Crossing Border on Live TV

As the drama was unfolding on live television, viewers were asked to take to Twitter to comment on what they were witnessing. And due to today’s climate surrounding the issues of illegal immigration and a Mexican border wall, much of the discussion was naturally political in nature. …

To Be A Force of Positivity, To Be Everything Trump Is Not: The #WomensMarch Experience

Seven days since the #WomensMarch shook the world and I still can’t get out of my head images of women resisting – joyful and determined. I marched in New York City. I came home that day with a thrill I still haven’t shaken. A good thing, because mass mobilization may be our most potent weapon against a new administration that has already shown itself to be grossly incompetent, hateful, and acutely dangerous to our health. As a reported 3.3 to 4.6 million women and men marched on January 21st, I wanted to get a selection of stories – first drafts of history – so we can know what this day was really like for many. I sent out the call and received written narratives from 41 marchers (39 women and two men). Fifteen marches were represented: Washington, DC; New York City, Phoenix, AZ; Stamford, CT; Cincinnati, OH; Montpeiler, VT; Dayton, OH; Winchester, VA; Ithaca, NY; Indianapolis, IN; Houston, TX; Portland, ME; Jacksonsivlle, FL; Austin, TX; Lansing, MI; and Des Moines, IA. Here is what they shared. Getting There Some marchers hired buses. Some flew, some drove, others walked. Megean Weidman journeyed just “a few hundred feet” to the march site…

Establishment in full meltdown over Trump refugee orders

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday that will pause the resettlement of Third World refugees in the United States for 120 days while a system of “extreme vetting” is put in place. With the stroke of a pen, Trump set off a firestorm of criticism from the media, the religious establishment, business leaders […] …