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Fed-up media launch assault on ‘lying’ media

WASHINGTON – Days after James Hodgkinson unveiled his homicidal intentions against conservatives with a gun attack on Republican members of Congress who were practicing for a congressional baseball game, conservative journalists rallied in front of the White House to demand an end to attacks on and assaults against Trump supporters. They are making the demands [...] ...

A simple, invaluable tool every prepper needs

Lately, this column has been focusing on a critical part of preparedness: the importance of community, and what it takes to form one. Last week we saw (on paper, at least) the birth of “the Yakima Narrows,” a specific area defined by discernible boundaries that encompass sufficient people to form the basis of a sustainable [...] ...

Look who’s inviting you to report ‘hate crimes’

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, an unindicted co-conspirator in a terror-financing plot, has launched a mobile phone app called “Making Democracy Work for Everyone” that enables Muslims to quickly and efficiently report “hate crimes.” CAIR, in a statement, called it “an important feature during a period of increased hate incidents targeting American Muslims and other [...] ...

This day in WND history: U.K. bans yet another media star

U.K. bans yet another media star June 27, 2013: WND columnist Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer, co-founders of Stop Islamization of America, were banned from entering the U.K. because, the government said, their presence “is not conducive to the public good.” Geller and Spencer were scheduled to speak in Woolwich June 29, 2013, at a memorial for [...] ...

Stunner! France to use wall to deter terror

WASHINGTON – The French government is constructing a bulletproof, glass wall around the Eiffel Tower to prevent terror attacks that is projected to cost $20 million. The 8.2-foot-high wall was approved in January, and while many French are outraged by the construction of what they see as an eyesore, local politicians defended the plan. “The terror [...] ...

Supreme Court decision means ‘pendulum is swinging back toward freedom’

Religious liberty activists are celebrating Monday, after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled decisively in favor of a Missouri church that sued the state, alleging it was wrongfully denied state grant money for a playground upgrade in violation of the Free-Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. The 7-2 decision in favor of the church included liberal [...] ...