Ilhan Omar Discovers the Real Victim of 9/11: Ilhan Omar
Of course. Who else could it possibly be?
Obstruction of justice anyone?
Netanyahu may have to master the art of the deal to stay in power.
No government regulation can make society moral.
The treacherous administration with American blood on its hands.
Lowering standards for equality and social justice.
The New York Times took its best shot at Justice Kavanaugh -- and destroyed itself.
Islamic State video calls for attacks on Hamas members and institutions.
There's a reason the U.S. president gets along so well with Brazil's leader.
Recalling the director who pushed back at the Hollywood Left -- and was glad he did.
A death cult continues bowing to the legacy of Al-Husseini.
I was there. This is what I witnessed.
We're stuck in fossilized paradigms while our enemies grow stronger.
It’s not disaster relief. It’s disastrous corruption.
A radical agenda is exposed -- and involves Muslim Democrat Keith Ellison.
Democrat presidential candidates sacrifice troubling truths for votes -- again.
Reflections on how a ruthless tyrant damaged his nation and tortured his people.
“You think you are in your own country,” victim’s daughter testifies.
What’s at stake for U.S. national security.
How good intentions can lead to the impoverishment and murder of millions.
A terrorist plotted mass murder a mile from President Trump’s childhood home.
Yet again, knife-wielding Religion-of-Peace member randomly kills in France.
Candidates fight over how far Left to take the party.
Nidal Sakr retweets bin Laden vid, continues anti-Trump rhetoric.
A dark and dirty secret behind the jihad.
Anti-Trump virtue-signaling from behind a facade of Ivy League decorum.
The highly disturbing facts about an eerie evacuation.
Yet another "commitment to dialogue" while Jihad against Christians ensues.
A discussion on father absence in the Black community, the war of political ideas, and why multiculturalism is destroying America.
Grading students on 'effort' to promote 'anti-racist' objectives.
Or are we still sleeping?
Eighteen years and counting.
Looking back to 1998, the dots were connected -- and then ignored.
Too hawkish for the president?
And who knew the whole time.