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Imam Tawhidi: Ilhan Omar Isn’t Hiding Her Support for Islamic Terrorists

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s failure to display a strong stance and position against Islamic Extremists and terrorists throughout her first term in office has left...

Ilhan Omar’s Explanation For Deleting A Tweet That Revealed Her Father’s...

Rep. Ilhan Omar deleted a tweet referring to her father as “Nur Said,” a name that bolstered the case that she married her brother since, in Somalian culture, the father’s name becomes part of the son’s last name.

Ilhan Omar’s Campaign Funded Travel For Man She’s Alleged To Have...

Rep. Ilhan Omar’s campaign has disbursed tens of thousands of dollars in “travel expenses” to the company owned by the political strategist whose wife...

Lacy Johnson Announces Run for Congress Against Ilhan Omar

Lacy Johnson posted his announcement video on Twitter on Aug. 14. “I believe that family is the basic building block of any strong and...

The Secrets of Ilhan Omar: Conclusion, Part III

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Judicial Watch Files Congressional Ethics Complaint Against Ilhan Omar For Possible...

Conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch filed a complaint with the House of Representatives’ ethics office asking for an investigation into possible crimes...

David Steinberg: TYING UP LOOSE THREADS IN THE CURIOUS CASE

On October 22, 2008, the U.S. State Department stopped accepting applications for the Priority 3/Refugee Family Reunification program — the process by which refugees...

Gil Gutknecht: Skirting the Law?

Suppose that there was strong circumstantial evidence that former Congresswoman Michelle Bachman had married her brother in order to fraudulently get him...

Ilhan Omar Sends Somber Fourth Of July Message Days After Celebrating...

Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar urged Americans to celebrate the Fourth of July by reflecting on “how much further we have to...