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  1. This day in WND history: Sandy 'Burglar' took Mideast papers, too?

    07.24 / 00:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Sandy ‘Burglar’ took Mideast papers, too? July 24, 2004: Ex-National Security Adviser Sandy Berger, who admitted to taking classified terrorism documents from the National Archives, also was found in possession of a small number of classified papers containing his handwritten notes from Middle East peace talks during the Clinton administration, according to a source. Although…
  2. Freedom Caucus member: Senators' betrayal 'shocking'

    07.24 / 00:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    Senate Republicans appear unable to pass a straight repeal of Obamacare or a more comprehensive plan, and one of the most fiscally conservative members of Congress says the GOP either needs to do what it promised or prepare to watch the rest of the Trump agenda wither away. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he…
  3. 'Ruthless and vicious' Senate candidate vows to smash establishment

    07.24 / 00:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    President Donald Trump jostled the entire American political arena during the 2016 presidential campaign when his take-no-prisoners Make America Great Again theme resonated with voters, who rejected Hillary Clinton’s “four more years of more socialism plan.” Now a Trump-supporting Senate candidate says it needs to be moved even further. “I’m in it to take back…
  4. Sneak peek inside Trump's voter-fraud commission

    07.24 / 00:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    One of the newest members of the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity says he is impressed that the bipartisan group appears to be focused on protecting the rights of eligible voters while preventing illegal voting. He categorically rejects assertions from the political left that the commission’s actual intent is to disenfranchise vulnerable segments of the population …
  5. Judge: Stop forcing pregnancy centers to promote abortion

    07.23 / 02:34 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    In a case that has divided courts, a federal judge in Illinois ruled a law that would force pregnancy centers to promote abortion regardless of their moral views likely is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Frederick Kapala determined an amendment to the state’s health care laws likely will be overturned when the issue comes to trial. He issued […
  6. You like Steve Bannon? See his great film

    07.22 / 23:39 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    In two years, Steve Bannon went from a fairly unknown newsman to the president’s nationally known right-hand man. Six months after Donald Trump’s inauguration, public fascination with Bannon remains alive and well: Bloomberg Businessweek correspondent Joshua Green’s new book “Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency” rocketed to the No. […
  7. China's communists: Atheism mandatory for members

    07.22 / 23:39 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    There are some 90 million members of China’s Communist Party, and all of them now have been banned from having religious beliefs. According to a report in the Hindustan Times, Wang Zuoan of the repressive nation’s State Administration for Religious Affairs announced that CPC members must be atheists. “Party members should not have religious beliefs, which …
  8. Family 'robbed' of land by gov't fights back

    07.22 / 23:39 wnd.com Wnd.com - Politics
    A team of property rights advocates, lawyers and state lawmakers has joined forces for a nationwide campaign to overrule the U.S. Supreme Court. The Murr family of Wisconsin went to court several years ago when members sought to sell a vacant parcel of land their late parents bought decades ago. The family wanted to fund repairs on the [.…