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‘You’re Already a Hero,’ Trump Tells Texas Girl with Rare Disease

President Donald Trump told a little girl from Texas with a rare disease that causes her to suffer strokes, “You’re already a hero.” The nine-year-old sat in the front row of the National Prayer Breakfast with her parents after surviving a successful brain surgery on January 24.

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The Definitive Timeline: Cruz-Carson-CNN Controversy

A spokesperson for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told Breitbart News Wednesday that the e-mail Cruz staff sent to their supporters in Iowa about Dr. Ben Carson’s “big announcement” had referred to his speech at Thursday’s National Prayer Breakfast.

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Sudanese President: CIA, Israel Behind ISIS and Boko Haram

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir told Euronews the CIA and Israel’s national intelligence agency, the Mossad, took part in the creation of the Islamic State and Boko Haram. He also suggested forces not focus on military action against the radical Islamic terrorist groups, since violence could cause more extremism.


Obama’s Crusade to Undermine the History of the Crusades

If he ever took leadership classes in college, President Obama’s performance in office clearly suggests he slept through them. But his recent statements concerning the Crusades suggest he slept through history and religion classes, as well.

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Star Parker: Obama Prayer Breakfast Speech ‘Verbal Rape’

One of the most prominent black conservatives accused President Barack Obama of committing “verbal rape” with his National Prayer Breakfast speech last week in which Obama harped on the “terrible deeds” that had been committed “in the name of Christ”

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Rev. Franklin Graham Blasts Obama’s ISIS-Christian Moral Equivalency

The Rev. Franklin Graham, son of Billy Graham and head of the international aid organization Samaritan’s Purse, is slamming President Obama for remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast. The president equated the evils that ISIS is carrying out with Christian violence of ages past.

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Obama: Christianity’s Past Makes Criticism Of Islamism Untenable

On February 5, President Obama spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast and made clear his belief that events in Christianity’s past–particularly “the Crusades”–make criticism of other faiths, particularly Islamism, difficult if not impossible. Approaching the matter in this way, he


Blue State Blues: The Political Superiority of Christian Civilization

President Barack Obama told the National Prayer Breakfast that Americans ought to be humble in the fact of radical Islam, because “people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ” as well. In addition to offending much of his audience and some of the nation with his sophomoric moral relativism, the president also obscured a fact that ought to be obvious but is rarely spoken aloud: that as far as the world’s religions go, Christian civilization has done the most to advance freedom.

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The Future Must Not Belong to Those Who Slander Christians by Harping on the Crusades

What sheer, blind foolishness. What dangerous idiocy. It’s terrifying to think our national defense is headed up by someone so willfully blind and shallow, someone whose opinion of his own nation and its history is so bleak and slanted. He really can’t see anything beyond the unyielding borders of his ideology.

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Obama: ‘Starting Point of Faith is Doubt’

President Barack Obama sparked outrage among American Christians on Thursday when he decided to use the National Prayer Breakfast as a forum to lecture Christians not to get on their “high horse” in the wake of the burning of a caged live Jordanian pilot by Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists.

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Obama: ‘People Commit Terrible Deeds in the Name of Christ’

Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast, while speaking about ISIS and Islamic terrorism President Barack Obama said, “Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place remember during Crusades and Inquisition people committed