Month: February 2016

How did U.S. govern itself before Constitution?

By Bill Federer Drafting the Articles of Confederation, 1781 What was the government in the United States before the U.S. Constitution was written? It was the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, which were introduced in the Continental Congress July 12, 1776, a little over a week after Congress approved the Declaration of Independence. After Read More …

Judge: Resistance to Obama’s migrant program futile

By Douglas Ernst Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Indiana’s attempt to resist President Obama’s Syrian refugee program was sidetracked by a federal judge on Monday. Petition Congress to ‘halt Muslim immigration now’ U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt issued a ruling in Indianapolis that said Gov. Mike Pence’s plan to bar state agencies from assisting in Read More …

Now Jews get blamed for fish that fight

By Bob Unruh Jerusalem at night in CIA image A professor of Quranic studies in Gaza has taken anti-Semitism to a new level – actually an underwater low – citing a story that an old man told him that when two fish fight, the Jews are behind it. The blast at Jews comes from Palestinian Read More …

‘Allahu Akbar!’: Migrants storm through border fence

By Douglas Ernst Muslim migrants use an improvised battering ram to break a border fence into Macedonia (Photo: Daily Mail video screenshot) Muslim migrants along Macedonia’s border shouted “Allahu Akbar!” as they used an improvised battering ram to force their way into the country from Greece. Roughly 7,000 migrants trapped inside the village of Idomeni Read More …

Outrageous miracles

By Sid Roth Clarice Fluitt told Benjamin Netanyahu his purpose without knowing a thing about him. In 1984. But what about her purpose in life? She moves in outrageous miracles! See a store full of Sid Roth’s work, including, “They Thought for Themselves,” “Truth Seekers,” “Supernatural Healing,” “The Incomplete Church,” “There Must be Something More,” Read More …

Iran denies travel visas to U.S. lawmakers

By -NO AUTHOR- (FREE BEACON) Iran has denied travel documents to three U.S. lawmakers who sought to observe the country’s Friday elections and ensure that they were carried out fairly, according to information provided to the Washington Free Beacon. The Iranian regime delayed for weeks and ultimately ignored multiple visa requests by three House lawmakers Read More …