Month: April 2015

What they’re saying about WND at 18

Action star Chuck Norris WASHINGTON – It’s been 18 years since Joseph and Elizabeth Farah created WND to be a “light exposing wrongdoing, corruption, and abuse of power.” Some nice things have been said about the effort – including from some of the most prominent activists, journalists and celebrities. Recently, legendary activist and author Phyllis Read More …

Britain’s Labor Party vows to ban ‘Islamophobia’

(Gatestone Institute) The leader of Britain’s Labour Party, Ed Miliband, has vowed, if he becomes the next prime minister in general elections on May 7, to outlaw “Islamophobia.” The move — which one observer has called “utterly frightening” because of its implications for free speech in Britain — is part of an effort by Miliband Read More …

Hundreds of Muslim refugees headed to Idaho

Syrian refugees, shown here at a protest rally, will soon be coming to American cities. The multicultural transformation of Idaho will continue with a planned infusion of hundreds of refugees from Muslim countries over the next one to three years. A local newspaper in Twin Falls reported that city will receive 300 mostly Syrian refugees Read More …

Six words that stopped Roman gladiator battles

Gladiators in Rome There were ten major persecutions of Christians in the first three centuries, and Emperor Diocletian’s was the worst. When Diocletian had lost battles in Persia, his generals told him it was because they had neglected the Roman gods. Diocletian ordered all military personnel to worship the Roman gods, thus forcing Christians either Read More …

Who says Congress doesn’t have a prayer

2015 prayer event at U.S. Capitol By Paul Bremmer WASHINGTON – “Just to let you know, we members of Congress, we actually pray all the time – most often in private, but tonight we’re here as witnesses to each other before God.” That’s what Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., told the crowd of roughly a hundred Read More …

French soldiers accused of raping starving children

(Al-Jazeera) France is investigating allegations that its peacekeepers sexually abused children in the Central African Republic after a leaked UN report said victims as young as eight were raped in exchange for food and money. The French government “was made aware at the end of July 2014 by the UN’s high commissioner for human rights Read More …

Iran fires back at Sen. Tom Cotton’s tweets

(Politico) Iran’s foreign minister on Thursday fired back at Sen. Tom Cotton’s series of tweets calling for a debate on the U.S. Constitution, a day after the freshman Arkansas Republican proposed that the two meet in Washington to debate “Iran’s record of tyranny, treachery and terror.” Mohammad Javad Zarif responded, congratulating Cotton on the birth Read More …