David Kupelian, vice president and managing editor of WorldNetDaily, will discuss "The 10 most spiked stories of 2001" on Geoff Metcalf's WorldNetDaily Radio show tonight at 8:30 p.m. Eastern (5:30 p.m. Pacific).
Every January, WorldNetDaily's editors compile a list of the previous year's most "spiked" stories – that is, major news events that have been unreported or underreported by the establishment press.
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Kupelian, who is also managing editor of WND's sister publication, Whistleblower magazine, will discuss this year's picks, which include:
- Christian persecution worldwide
- The real story of Islamic militancy worldwide
- The continued cover-up of both the alleged Middle Eastern connection to the Oklahoma City bombing, and the likelihood that TWA Flight 800 was shot down by a missile
- Out-of-control illegal immigration across the Mexican border – including Middle Eastern illegals – and the refusal of U.S. political leaders to stop it
- Saudi Arabia's support for Islamic terrorism
- Potential adverse impact to American citizens of the USA PATRIOT Act and other post-9/11 legislation and executive orders
- The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals' Oct. 16 decision affirming the individual right to keep and bear arms in the historic U.S. vs. Emerson case
- The denial of water to the farmers in Klamath Falls, Oregon
- The failure of the IRS to investigate tax fraud on the part of Jesse Jackson and the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition
- The Clintons' exit from the White House and the attendant scandals – and the lack of prosecution for them.