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It began with what appeared to be an overly aggressive Michigan township attack on two brothers trying to start a Christmas tree farm.

A fine of $450,000 was announced by the township of Canton against Gary and Matt Percy, who allegedly without permission cleared garbage and scrub brush off their small parcel with plans to plant trees.

Then township officials warned them not to talk to reporters about the dispute or there would be a "fight."

City retaliates against brothers who want to grow Christmas trees - WND
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City retaliates against brothers who want to grow Christmas trees - WND

It started with what appeared to be an overly aggressive township attack on two brothers trying to start a Christmas tree farm in Michigan.
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Reader, will you let me take you on a "Back to the Future" trip, layman to layman? On one of the hottest issues of the day? It should let you sleep better at night. What if I can relieve you of ever again worrying about mankind causing "global warming"?

My thesis is that only God can do that, governing the sun itself – from which all of the world's energy comes. Read more... https://www.wnd.com/2019/09/tr....ial-century-just-pou

'Trial of the century' just poured cold water on 'hockey stick' legend - WND
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'Trial of the century' just poured cold water on 'hockey stick' legend - WND

Einstein was pleased to demonstrate – to anyone who could possibly understand it – how he arrived at his theory of relativity, which did affect the world.
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The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has issued a scathing ruling that scolds Norwegian authorities for essentially stealing children.

The ruling came in the case of a mother, T. Strand Lobben, who experienced "difficulties" during pregnancy. After her son was born in 2008, she asked social services agencies for help. Read more... https://www.wnd.com/2019/09/hu....man-rights-court-pun

Human rights court punishes social workers for stealing children - WND
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Human rights court punishes social workers for stealing children - WND

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has released a scathing report that scolds Norwegian authorities for essentially stealing children.
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A federal appeals court has been asked to decide whether the federal government can force states to pay for programs they don’t want.

The dispute, under appeal to the full U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, is over a supposedly optional refugee program organized by the federal government.

But the case could have impact beyond the refugee issue, if Congress effectively is given authority over state budgets.

Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2019/09/ca....n-feds-force-state-p

Can feds force state for pay for 'bizarre' programs? - WND

A federal appeals court is facing a question that is being described as "enormous," and that is whether the feds can force states to pay for programs they, the feds, want, even if they are "bizarre" and "fantastical."
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Police are investigating a lawmaker in Finland for posting Bible verses on Facebook. Päivi Räsänen, a member of parliament, was expressing criticism of the national church’s support for the LGBT agenda when she posted Romans 1:24-27.

“How can the church’s doctrinal foundation, the Bible, be compatible with the lifting up of shame and sin as a subject of pride?” she wrote.

The Scripture she posted was: “Therefore God gave them over in the sinful desires of their hearts to sexual impurity for the degrading of their bodies with one another. They exchanged the truth of God for a lie... Read more https://www.wnd.com/2019/09/po....litician-investigate

Politician investigated for posting Scripture online - WND

A politician serving her constituency in Finland has come under a police investigation for posting Scripture online.
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