Ilhan Omar, Islamic law and the U.S. Constitution

Central to the controversy surrounding the anti-Semitic and disparaging remarks about Jews and Israel made by the newly elected (some argue, fraudulently) Somali-born Congresswoman from Minnesota, Ilhan Omar, is the distinction between two laws: Islamic law and the U.S. Constitution. It is unlikely that Omar would present a history of making such claims if sheRead moreRead more

Celebrating the Constitution: Do You Know Who Wrote it? [VIDEO]

James Madison, the youngest member of the Continental Congress, was nickname, “Father of the Constitution,” and “Father of the Founding Fathers,” because he wrote the first draft of the Constitution and all of the Bill of Rights. He suffered from epilepsy and had frail health. Yet, despite these difficulties, he accomplished incredible feats. Madison wasRead moreRead more

The only bogus claims are those made by CAIR

The purpose of my Axis Mundi column in The Washington Times is to address issues, problems, solutions and encouragement for Christians about a range of issues that are important to faith and family. In the queue are drafts about ministers, religious freedom, elections and state- or event-specific issues. The column to which Nihad Awad, nationalRead moreRead more