WorldNetDaily: 10 most underreported stories of 2006
Posted on January 3, 2007 | By wally
WorldNetDaily: 10 most underreported stories of 2006 was a great article that leads to several great article worthy of a morning or evening read. I thought the prosecuting of Border Agents for doing their job and the North American Union story was an interesting juxtapose.
At the end of each year, news organizations typically present their retrospective replays of what they consider to have been the top news stories in the previous 12 months.
WND’s editors, however, have long considered it far more newsworthy to publicize the most important unreported or underreported news events of the year – to highlight perhaps for one last time major news stories that were undeservedly “spiked” by the establishment press.
Here, with our readers’ help, are WorldNetDaily editors’ picks for the 10 most underreported stories of 2006:
- Plans under way for North American Union:
- Wave of murders and other crimes by illegal aliens:
- Female teachers sexually preying on their students:
- Mideast terror leaders favor Democrats:
- Manipulated war photos by major news outlets:
- New revelation showing that contrary to his claims, Sandy Berger deliberately hid classified documents:
- Iran leader’s apocalyptic end-times vision:
- Two border agents face heavy prison time for injuring a drug smuggler they thought was armed:
- Mega-pastor Rick Warren praising Syria:
- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg snoozing for 15 minutes during oral arguments.