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  1. Feds: Churches helping in hurricane zone should just chill

    10.07 / 00:49 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    The federal government has responded to a lawsuit by three Texas churches against the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s “discriminatory” practice of forbidding churches from participating in hurricane-recovery programs by telling them to just wait. WND reported last month when the case arose. The three churches that sued FEMA later received support from President Trump as well as at least one member of [...]…
  2. 'War on free speech': Conservatives warn Trump of 'hate' measure

    10.07 / 00:49 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    A collection of conservative leaders have written to President Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan expressing “grave concern” about a joint resolution approved by the Senate and House targeting “hate speech.” Hastily enacted Sept. 14 without public debate, Public Law 115-58, the leaders write, could “lead to unconstitutional suppression …
  3. Antifa plans nationwide 'Deface Columbus Day' Monday

    10.07 / 00:49 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (PJMedia) Violent left-wing anarchists have announced a nationwide campaign to deface Christopher Columbus statues this coming Monday. Five Christopher Columbus statues have already been vandalized in New York City in recent weeks, according to Far Left Watch. In one case last month, vandals defaced a “larger-than-life” statue of Columbus in Central Park, leaving blood-red paint…
  4. Congressional baseball shooter fired at least 70 rounds

    10.07 / 00:49 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (CNN) The shooting at a congressional baseball practice in June and the methods of the gunman behind it are described in the starkest detail yet in a report released Friday by Virginia officials. James Hodgkinson, the 66-year-old shooter, had taken cellphone video of the field where the Republican team practiced as far back as April,…
  5. This day in WND history: Al Gore's uncle a 'phony soldier'?

    10.06 / 17:03 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Al Gore’s uncle a ‘phony soldier’? Oct. 6, 2000: When Vice President Al Gore claimed, during the first presidential debate of the 2000 campaign, his uncle had been gassed in World War I while serving in Bosnia, skeptical fact checkers went to work – and they, like the campaign itself, came up empty. “And when the [.…
  6. California adopts 'bordello' plan for long-term care centers

    10.06 / 17:03 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a new “bordello” plan that essentially turns the state’s long-term, senior-care centers into sexual free-for-alls, according to critics. Under the new law, which will take effect Jan. 1, males are allowed to room with females, shower facilities no longer are gender specific and employees can be punished criminally …
  7. Trump guts Obamacare's contraceptive mandate

    10.06 / 17:02 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
      President Donald Trump’s administration Friday refuted his predecessor’s insistence that religious organizations pay for contraceptives for their employees in violation of their faith, with a new proposed rule that creates an exemption for them. The rule is the result of multiple challenges to the Obamacare demand that employers provide contraceptives to their employees which…