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This day in WND history: ‘Electric chair’ popular in Italy

‘Electric chair’ popular in Italy July 21, 2000: The Vatican warned Italians the popularity of a virtual reality game, appearing in the nation’s amusement halls and called “The Electric Chair Game,” could result in “highly dangerous confusion between fiction and reality.” “[The player] sits on a wooden chair, identical to the one used in capital [...] ...

Scopes Trial illustrated what science can’t do

The Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925 pitted evolution against creation. Clarence Darrow defended evolution. Darrow had previously defended Leopold and Loeb, the homosexual teenage thrill killers who murdered 14-year-old Robert “Bobby” Franks in 1924 just for the excitement. Darrow obtained a pardon for anarchists in 1886 who blew up a pipe bomb in Chicago’s Haymarket [...] ...

Tea party wins 8-year battle with IRS

It took eight years of frustration, court battles and waiting. It took the complete change of a presidential administration. And it took the persistent fighting of a top-level team of lawyers. But the Albuquerque Tea Party now is registered with the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)4 organization, even though it was one of the [...] ...

European nations rebel against EU ‘refugee’ quotas

WASHINGTON – As migrants flood Europe from Africa and the Middle East, several countries seeking to protect their sovereignty are rebelling against the European Union’s resettlement mandates, and their influence is growing as they announce support for a potential new ally against migration, Italy. The Visegrad Group, also know as the V4, is a collection of [...] ...

Court shocker: Girl must use girls locker room

Rejecting eight years of “gender identity” politics under President Obama, a Missouri appeals court ruled a biological girl must use a locker room for girls. The Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, this week affirmed the dismissal of a complaint by a female identified by the court only as R.M.A. She had sued the Blue Springs R-IV [...] ...