Donald Trump has claimed that he predicted terrorism a year ahead of the 9/11 attacks, adding another item to his list of accomplishments.
The GOP presidential candidate spoke in a rally in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and told the audience that he can "feel" terrorism. Donald Trump's latest statement comes in the wake of his controversial claims that he saw people jumping out of the World Trade Center (WTC) when the twin towers were attacked by Al Qaeda in 2001 while he was in his home near Central Park, according to The Telegraph.
Trump said he is able to predict terrorism because he can "feel it," the report adds. more >>
A historic church in the former capital of the Confederate States of America has announced that it will be removing the rebellion's battle flag from its building.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church of Richmond, Virginia, decided to remove the numerous Confederate battle flag images from its building after holding a congregation-wide discernment.
Republican 2016 presidential frontrunner Donald Trump says he believes in heaven and is confident he has a "pretty good" chance of getting there.
The real estate mogul made the revelation in previously unpublished portions of an interview he did last month with GQ magazine that was released Wednesday.
When asked if he believed in heaven, Trump told GQ correspondent Chris Heath, "Yes." more >>
Stop me if you've heard this one before.
"This is the most important election of our lifetimes!"
Washington politicians have been selling us that snake oil for as long as we can remember. And yet year-after-year, election-after-election, the parties in power may change but the results stay the same — the Washington Cartel wins and the American people lose. more >>
The Democratic National Committee released an ad titled "Inciting fear isn't presidential" (watch below) that attacked Republican presidential candidates for saying the words "radical Islam."
The ad appears to have been released on November 19, almost a full week after the terrorist attacks in Paris that killed over 130 people.
The text begins with "Republicans keep saying that same thing," meaning their usage of describing terrorism with the words "radical Islam." more >>
Just when it seemed the highly anticipated "God's Not Dead 2" cast couldn't get any bigger, GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee revealed that he has a cameo appearance in the star-studded film.
"It was a real honor and thrill to film a scene for the movie," Huckabee told The Christian Post. "A few years ago, such a plot would seem like fiction, but in light of how Christianity is being criminalized in America, this film depicts life in America for those of faith."
Although Huckabee is on the campaign trail seeking the Republican nomination for president, Pure Flix Entertainment announced this week that the former Arkansas governor is going to be on the big screen in "God's Not Dead 2," which is set to release on April 1, 2016. more >>