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  1. 8th-graders refuse to take photo with Paul Ryan

    05.29 / 02:23 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (MASHABLE) — Speaker Ryan is one of the most unpopular politicians in the country — and he’s polling particularly poorly among one 8th grade class. Eighth grade students from South Orange Middle School in South Orange, New Jersey were on a school trip to Wasshington D.C. on Friday when they were given a very special […
  2. Country-rock superstar warns Schumer of Democrat scandals

    05.28 / 22:07 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Country music superstar Charlie Daniels, whose criticism of politicians is legend – just last month he blasted them for being willing to “kiss a flatulent skunk’s posterior” before allowing the “other party” to look good – has issued a warning to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. Those Democratic Party scandals still could make a few waves. [...…
  3. CAIR outraged by sheriff warning of 'Islamic jihadists'

    05.28 / 21:08 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    After the Manchester terror attack in which 22 people were killed and 59 injured, a Texas sheriff urged the citizens under his watch to “pay attention” to what is happening in Europe, because the ideology behind the threat to the continent is active in the United States as well. While many citizens of Denton County,…
  4. School sued for coed showers suddenly concerned about 'privacy'

    05.28 / 00:53 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Officials in the Boyertown Area School District in Pennsylvania, who have been sued for instituting what amounts to coed showers in their locker rooms, suddenly now are concerned about “student privacy.” WND reported several students, represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom and the Independence Law Center, brought a case against Supt. Richard Faidley and others for …
  5. Rand Paul: Paris climate deal would kill 6 million U.S. jobs

    05.28 / 00:53 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (Breitbart) Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a leading ally of President Donald Trump’s in the U.S. Senate, told Breitbart News exclusively in an interview in his office this week that at least six million U.S. jobs are at risk if President Trump does not pull out of the leftist Paris climate deal. Paul told Breitbart News […
  6. Special Memorial Day video reveals biblical support for holiday

    05.27 / 23:57 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    A new video about Memorial Day has been released by Bill Heid, an entrepreneur and the executive producer of Heirloom Audio Productions, that not only explains why the holiday is important, but connects it to the biblical heritage of America. “God calls his people to remember their past,” the video, a series of patriotic drawings, explains. …
  7. Learn signs of the times while cruising to Alaska

    05.27 / 23:57 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    It’s the most prophetic time in history since the first coming of Jesus Christ. Israel has returned to the world. The geopolitics of the Holy Land are heating up. And there are even signs in the heavens foretelling great events to come. Among the most extraordinary will be a full solar eclipse that will traverse the …
  8. Senator: Regs not protecting kids from spying toys

    05.27 / 23:57 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., has written to the Federal Trade Commission expressing concern that the regulations for toys and related products are not keeping pace with “consumer and technology trends.” He said toys that spy on kids by automatically connecting to the Internet through WiFi can deliver tantalizing tidbits of information about their lives to marketers. “I […
  9. This day in WND history: CBS thrusts 'married gays' on public

    05.27 / 23:57 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    CBS thrusts ‘married gays’ on public May 29, 2003: CBS Television promoted its debut of “The Amazing Race 4” by proudly proclaiming a male homosexual couple on the show to be married to each other, at a time when homosexual marriage was not legal anywhere in the U.S. “Yes, they are a married, gay couple,” a …
  10. 'I'm a pioneer': woman running for office defends using n-bomb

    05.27 / 21:51 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    (New York Post) A woman running for the Village Board in Southampton, Long Island reportedly used the n-word in a call to police and claims she is entitled to use the racial slur because she is a “pioneer.” Valerie Smith, a white woman, told the The Southampton Press Friday that she converted her street from [..…