U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Muslim Democrat from Minnesota, is once again in the national spotlight after portraying the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks as a day when “some people did something.” She made the comments last month during a fundraising speech in Los Angeles for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which has been linked to Hamas. Her appearance drew hundreds of protesters.
Pete Buttigieg, an openly gay mayor who plans to run for president but has yet to officially declare, continued his personal attacks against Vice President Mike Pence Sunday at the LGBTQ Victory Fund National Champagne Brunch in Washington, D.C.
Israeli Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient Second Temple-period settlement linked to Abraham. The find, in the city of Beersheva, revealed a rare lamp chard with a nine-branch menorah, one of the earliest ever discovered. Other artifacts include limestone vessels used for purity rituals, bronze coins, a watchtower, and underground tunnels used by Jewish rebels.
The former pastor of Relentless Church returned to Greenville, South Carolina Sunday to passionately defend the current lead pastors, John and Aventer Gray, under fire for reports of marital infidelity and lavish spending that includes a $1.8 million home and a $200K Lamborghini.
Pro-life advocates in Virginia, responding to Gov. Ralph Northam’s comments defending infanticide, will hold a Day of Mourning to fast and pray in Richmond April 6. The event is being called a grassroots movement and is designed after a similar gathering in New York last month.