A forgotten Founding Father's critical ruling

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The first formal "Father's Day" was celebrated June 19, 1910, in Spokane, Washington. Sonora Louise Smart Dodd heard a church sermon on the newly established Mother's Day and more…

Hard to miss: 200 tons of bouncing baby boy

by Marisa Martin -- Being a leftist means never having to say "I'm sorry" or "I was an arrogant, deceitful, deluded, genocidal jerk." Or whatever works. With almost mathematical certainty, leftists gravitate more…

Special planes on rescue mission to South Pole

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Popular Science) The South Pole sits thousands of miles from civilization, atop a 9,000-foot-thick ice sheet. It's night there now, and will stay night until September. The temperatures more…

$6 Walmart wine ranked among best in world

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WideOpenCountry) Wine drinkers who love a great bargain should take note of this award-winning brand that you can easily pick up on your next grocery shopping trip. When more…

Many people do not remember this American war

by Bill Federer -- [caption id="attachment_3056824" align="aligncenter" width="600"] British burning White House during War of 1812[/caption] The French Revolution had left that country in chaos. 26-year-old Napoleon fired cannons down the streets more…

Chuck Norris kicks back at the unseen wounds of war

by Chuck Norris -- [caption id="attachment_226313" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Chuck Norris[/caption] It seems when it comes to the lingering and troubling health issues faced by many of today's combat veterans, it often takes more…

Cream of the crop

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Strawberry fields forever. Editor's note: Do you need something to smile about? Every day, WND selects the best joke offered up by readers and contributors to its Laughlines more…

Restaurant bans owners, supporters of AR-15

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) A Maine restaurateur is facing calls for a boycott after she announced she was banning owners of semi-automatic rifles from her restaurants, as well as people more…