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IDF CLAMPS DOWN ON WEST BANK AFTER DEADLY TERROR ATTACKS

Kalashnikov automatic weapons used in the Givat Asaf terror attack was found as well as one of the soldier’s weapons stolen by the terrorist. The IDF continued to clamp down on the West Bank, arresting dozens of Palestinians as security forces continue to search for a Hamas cell believed to be behind a string of […]

Australia recognizes west Jerusalem as Israel’s capital

After reversing decades of Middle East policy, Australia will now wait to move its embassy to Jerusalem. Last year, the US unilaterally recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, triggering violent unrest in the region. Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday that his government recognizes west Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, upending decades of Australian […]

Fight against ‘Big Brother’ surveillance toys gets serious

Privacy organization calls for ‘smart’ regs for ‘smart’ playtime Privacy organizations have been campaigning in the United States for several years for regulations to protect children from internet-connected “smart” toys such as dolls and games that enable the manufacturers to listen to their playtime. Now the effort is going global. The Electronic Privacy Information Center is urging the European […]

A federal judge has ruled the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. So now what happens?

On Friday, a federal judge fulfilled a wish conservatives have held for more than eight years by ruling the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, unconstitutional. U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor agreed with a group of 20 states with Republican governors or legislatures that argued the constitutionality of the law’s individual mandate dissolved when Congress removed the tax penalty for the uninsured. In […]

WATCH: Planned Parenthood admits unborn are babies in sex-ed video

“A baby grows in a parent’s belly” It seems that even abortion conglomerate Planned Parenthood agrees with pro-lifers that the little being who grows inside a woman’s belly for nine months is, in fact, a “baby.” Released this past November, an animated sex-ed video from Planned Parenthood teaches parents about how to speak to their […]

Germany Approves Third Gender

Germany’s parliament has voted to recognise a third gender for government documents, meaning that citizens can now be recognised in the European country as male, female, or diverse. The change in law came late Thursday night and follows a 2017 court ruling which required the German government to either allow a third gender or to […]

No Separation of Satan and State? Satanic “Christmas” Displays Aren’t Progress

What would the Founding Fathers have said about satanic displays at Christmastime on government property? Would they have insisted their First Amendment mandates allowing such or that something has gone terribly wrong with their American experiment? The Land of Lincoln is now more like the land of Satan, because in the Illinois Capitol Rotunda we […]

Parliament of the World’s Religions

On Nov. 1, I traveled with my dear friend, the Rev. Sara Isbell, to the seventh Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto, Canada. The first Parliament was held in 1893 in conjunction with the World’s Columbian Exhibition or what is more commonly referred to as the Chicago’s World Fair. Some 4,000 people from a […]

Majority of UN nations back migration deal; United States doesn’t

Defying fierce opposition from the United States and a few other nations, nearly 85 percent of the countries at the U.N. agreed Monday on a sweeping yet non-binding accord to ensure safe, orderly and humane migration. The debate over the Global Compact for Migration, the first of its kind, has proven to be a pivotal […]

Privacy, security fears about ID cards?

Digital minister Margot James reckons Brits need to “get over” their concerns about privacy and cyber security and let the government assign them with ID cards. The UK has historically railed against the idea of national identity cards, and previous attempts have failed over concerns about state surveillance and the creation of mass biometric databases. […]