Month: January 2017

Conservatives ecstatic over Gorsuch nomination

By Bob Unruh U.S. Supreme Court The applause from conservatives swept across the nation late Tuesday after President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch, a member of the 10th U.S. Circuit of Appeals in Denver, to the U.S. Supreme Court. There’s been a vacancy there since early last year because of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, Read More …

U.S. Muslims urged: Don’t cooperate at border

By Art Moore The stated objective of the Trump immigration pause that has stirred so much controversy is to review the nation’s system of vetting to prevent terrorist attacks. Now, one of the leading critics of Trump’s executive order is effectively weakening the system already in place, calling on Muslim American citizens re-entering the United Read More …

Unassuming housewife inspired Teddy Roosevelt

By Bill Federer Julia Ward Howe Five dollars was all she was paid by the Atlantic Monthly Magazine for her poem, “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” published Feb. 1, 1862. It became Lincoln’s favorite song and the Union’s theme song. Julia Ward Howe was the daughter of a Wall Street banker and wife of Read More …

A radically new way of viewing Christianity

By -NO AUTHOR- WND Founder Joseph Farah is no stranger to controversy. But now he’s presenting the most radical – and important – message of his career. In his newest book, “The Restitution of All Things,” he offers a radical new way of viewing the Christian faith, one which offers a direct challenge to the Read More …

European Parliament member disses likely U.S. ambassador

By Paul Bremmer European Union Parliament, Brussels, Belgium Donald Trump may be the leader of the free world now, but some European chiefs apparently are determined to not accept the staunch nationalist without a fight. Jo Leinen, a member of the European Parliament representing Germany, rebuked the new U.S. president in a blistering statement Monday Read More …

Mexican official threatens U.S. with ‘chaos’

By Bob Unruh A former Mexican government official says that in response to President Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration, his nation might stop cooperating with the United States in the war against the drug cartels, which would unleash what an analysis has described as “chaos and violence.” The warning came from Jorge Castaneda Gutman, a Read More …

‘Sadistic naked sex rituals’ at German military base

By -NO AUTHOR- (HEATST) — German newspaper Der Spiegel has published a disturbing account of recruits and service personnel at an elite German military base in the city of Pfullendorf who have been subjected to sadistic practices, sexual abuse and violent rituals. The scandalous report was later confirmed by German military, and condemned by German Read More …

China tests missile with 10 warheads

By -NO AUTHOR- (FREEBEACON) — China flight tested a new variant of a long-range missile with 10 warheads in what defense officials say represents a dramatic shift in Beijing’s strategic nuclear posture. The flight test of the DF-5C missile was carried out earlier this month using 10 multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles, or MIRVs. The Read More …