Federal Marriage
Amendment dead?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Fearing the Federal Marriage Amendment defining the institution as between one man and one woman may die in committee, traditional-values activists are urging their constituents to contact their more…

FREE! Globalism exposes
on U.N., 'the Fed,' IRS

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Through 10 p.m. Pacific tonight, WND is giving away three blockbuster special issues of its acclaimed Whistleblower magazine that expose some of the biggest threats to the American more…

Today's American Minute

by Bill Federer -- The Indians of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania had been ministered to by colonial missionary David Brainerd, born this day, April 20, 1718. With his interpreter, Moses more…

GOP in sneak move
to pass U.N. treaty

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How the media enable celebrity wackiness

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Andrew Breitbart of Drudge Report fame and Mark Ebner have penned a scathing expose on the culture of entertainment celebrities, "Hollywood, Interrupted." From John T, Tom more…

Farah hosts 'French Betrayal' author

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Kenneth Timmerman, author of "The French Betrayal of America," will be Joseph Farah's guest today on his nationally syndicated radio talk show. Timmerman's book chronicles the events surrounding more…

Palestinian play: Israelis burned us

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A Palestinian children's play broadcast recently on Palestinian Authority TV features bloody "dead" youngsters on stage while a narrator talks of Israeli's burning Palestinians in ovens. Palestinian Media more…

Disabled vet's home saved – maybe

by Sarah Foster -- A disabled Navy veteran, whose David-and-Goliath battle with the state of Florida to save his home is being closely followed by property-rights advocates across the country, won a more…

Flag dip at McDonald's sparks outrage

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Veterans in South Florida are expressing outrage after some McDonald's restaurants reportedly lowered their U.S. flags in the wake of the sudden death of the company's CEO today. more…