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Latest news from Wnd.com - Politics feed

  1. Fox superstar Tucker Carlson can't stop raving about eye-opening book

    04.23 / 02:50 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    It’s the book Fox News’ Tucker Carlson can’t stop raving about, and now you can get “No Campus for White Men: The Transformation of Higher Education Into Hateful Indoctrination” for $4.95 today. Carlson praised “No Campus For White Men: The Transformation of Higher Education Into Hateful Indoctrination,” saying, “Something’s wrong on college campuses. Most of us are […
  2. Allen West: Student mobs killing speech acting like 'terrorists'

    04.23 / 01:52 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Angry student mobs shutting down free speech on U.S. college campuses are behaving like “terrorists,” charges war hero Lt. Col. Allen West. “I think the American people are repulsed by what they are seeing on these college campuses,” West told WND in an interview this week. “When you have these young people that are wearing…
  3. Congressman: Corruption in D.C. 'worse than you think'

    04.22 / 21:36 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (Daily Signal) Corruption on Capitol Hill is “worse than you think,” Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., insists. “When you first get here, you think that you are in some sort of fairy-tale novel,” Buck said. “They wine and dine you and they show you just exactly what it’s like if you play the game. It’s a…
  4. Pence: U.S. will honor refugee agreement with Australia

    04.22 / 20:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (Reuters) U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday the United States would honor a controversial refugee deal with Australia, under which the United States would resettle up to 1,250 asylum seekers, a deal President Donald Trump had described as “dumb”. Pence told a joint news conference with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that the…
  5. March for Science takes aim at climate-skepticism, budget cuts

    04.22 / 20:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (Fox News) March for Science rallies are being help across the country Saturday in response to what organizers and attendees see as increasing attacks on science. “When scientists were told on January 25 to be silent, this rally was conceived,” poet Jane Hirshfield told a rain-soaked crowd at a rally near the Washington Monument, footsteps…
  6. 'Berkeley won't give me a building so I'll use a bullhorn!'

    04.22 / 02:10 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    WASHINGTON – Annpocalypse is coming to Berkeley. Ann Coulter told WND that not only is she taking U.C. Berkeley to court, she is vowing to speak on the campus with or without its sanction. “We’re suing!” Coulter told WND after her attorney’s deadline passed without a response from the university. WND asked, does that mean […
  7. Macron: Terrorism 'part of our daily lives for years to come'

    04.21 / 21:45 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (Breitbart) Emmanuel Macron, the current favourite to win the French presidential elections, has described terrorism as an “imponderable problem” which will be “part of our daily lives for the years to come”. Speaking in a French radio interview reported by The Guardian newspaper, the centre left En Marche! candidate appeared to echo former Prime Minister [...]…
  8. New Obamacare-repeal details could unite conservatives, centrists

    04.21 / 21:45 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (Daily Signal) Conservative and centrist Republicans in the House are working on a deal that some say could unite the two factions and attract enough votes to pass the stalled bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. But amid increased pressure from the White House to move forward with the plan to unravel the 2010 health…
  9. Trump demands border wall funds in spending bill

    04.21 / 15:43 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (WASHINGTON TIMES) The White House said Thursday that it wants to see money for President Trump’s border wall included in the spending bill Congress must pass next week — a demand Democrats said sours negotiations and makes a government shutdown more likely. The demands mark a reversal for the administration, which had been saying it [..…