Disposable Families: Ilhan Omar and Tim Mynett’s Adultery

Melissa Mackenzie, The American Spectator

It’s a shame what Ilhan Omar and Tim Mynett’s families are enduring. They don’t deserve the pain being visited upon them. And they don’t deserve to have to figure out a way to sew up their broken hearts and move on while watching their whoring parents strut shamelessly in public. It’s a cycle of pain. Rather than sweeping it away, more attention needs to be given to the victims. More social pressure needs to be exerted on the offenders. At a start, people need to remember that adultery is a moral crime and divorce is rarely no-fault. There are victims. They’re just silent.

Should Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar Be Stoned To Death For Adultery?

As appropriate as Sharia law punishment for Rep. Ilhan Omar might appear, we think a better result would be for her devout Muslim constituents, her Democratic Party colleagues and the Federal Election Commission to all recognize her for the fraud and serial law-breaker that she is and remove her from office.

You Can't Go Home Again, Ilhan Omar

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

Rep. Ilhan Omar's mysterious marital life has been much written about. The hypocrisy, like the anti-Semitism, of Ms. Omar knows no bounds. The only rational questions are what in the Sam Hill is such a person doing in the U.S. Congress and why she isn't she being investigated by the IRS, DOJ, and virtually every other government agency. Also, why is this woman constantly dissing the United States when her homeland has ranked near the top of the failed state rankings throughout the entire globe (this time second only to Yemen) for years? And finally, have all the people in her Minneapolis district had lobotomies?

Cheaters Prosper on CBS

L. Brent Bozell III and Tim Graham, CNS News

CBS News has a strange way of marking Valentine's Day. On the Sunday after Wednesday's romantic dinners and flowers, "Sunday Morning" linked the day to a deep study of marital infidelity. The story featured two cheating wives who explained their cheating ways without any guilt. CBS insisted we need to "rethink our attitude" toward the sin of adultery.