Month: March 2016

What it took to turn the tide of World War II

By Bill Federer Battle of Okinawa Considered the largest land-sea-air battle in world history, it began April 1, 1945, with the most massive amphibious attack by the U.S. in the Pacific war. 60,000 U.S. troops landed on the Island of Okinawa in the last major battle of World War II. Fighting continued for 82 days. Read More …

Christian law firm to defend N.C. bathroom-privacy bill

By Leo Hohmann North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has incurred the wrath of corporate America and Democrats nationwide by signing a bill that will prevent transgender men from entering women’s public restrooms and showers. Liberty Counsel announced it will offer North Carolina free legal services to defend the state’s new law preventing transgender men from Read More …

Churches may get OK to designate armed guards

By Douglas Ernst Mississippi lawmakers are moving to make it easier for churches to designate armed guards (Photo: NBC News screenshot) Mississippi lawmakers are one step closer to ensuring churches have the ability to designate armed guards at their discretion. The biblical mandate for armed self-defense – especially in church! Get “Shooting Back” today! The Read More …

Belgians failed to act on intel provided by U.S.

By F. Michael Maloof WASHINGTON – European officials have come to realize since the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and Brussels that in addition to porous borders they have very serious systemic problems with communications and intelligence sharing, not only among internal agencies but with counterparts in the European Union’s 28 countries, according to a Read More …

Austria closes borders to almost all asylum-seekers

By -NO AUTHOR- (London Telegraph) Austria has announced tough new plans to reject almost all asylum-seekers at its borders as it continues a crackdown against migrants. Under the new measures, all asylum claims will be decided within an hour at the country’s borders. Only migrants who have an immediate relative already granted asylum in Austria Read More …

50 ISIS supporters working at Brussels airport

By -NO AUTHOR- (London Daily Mail) Police at Brussels airport have claimed at least 50 Islamic State supporters are working there as baggage handlers, cleaners and catering staff. In an astonishing open letter, the officers said they have warned about the terrorist sympathisers whose security badges give them access to planes, but they remain employed. Read More …