Samantha Kamman has written about pro-life topics and social issues for years. Her articles have appeared in Live Action News, The Washington Examiner and Human Defense Initiative. Samantha graduated from North Central College in 2018, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts. She is a Lutheran, and her favorite Bible verse is Phillippians 4:13.
Anti-Israel protestors demonstrated outside a Jewish-owned business in Philadelphia, demanding Israel agree to a permanent ceasefire against Hamas terrorists who attacked the country on Oct. 7. Demonstrators shouted through bullhorns that the shop owner was guilty of genocide.
A Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives committee has opened an investigation into Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, expressing dissatisfaction with administrators' answers this week about their response to antisemitism on campus.
California stores that do not feature a gender-neutral toy selection for kids risk incurring a fine of up to $500, according to a law set to go into effect in January seeking to reduce what proponents say are harmful stereotypes about boys and girls.
Women's sports advocate Riley Gaines faced an accusation of "transphobia" logged by a member of Congress at a hearing earlier this week where a separate witness claimed that preventing male athletes from competing against women enforces sexist stereotypes and women should "learn to lose gracefully."
Hamas drugged the hostages it freed during the temporary ceasefire to make them appear calm and happy as they were handed over to the Red Cross after spending more than 50 days in captivity, according to officials from Israel’s Health Ministry.
House Speaker Mike Johnson warned that the United States is engaged in a battle of worldviews, and he called on Christians to bring the younger generation to the truth about the country’s foundational principles.
An Illinois teacher reportedly shared in an email thread that she concealed an LGBT club from parents by calling it "Bubbles" with the kids, which the superintendent of the school district clarified is a violation of the district's policies.
A U.S. government official has speculated that Hamas did not release all of its female hostages because it does not want them to share stories of the horrors they endured while in captivity.
A survivor of Hamas’ Oct. 7 massacre said he sees the terrified faces of the women who were raped and killed by the terror group in his nightmares. At one point during the attacks, he was forced to hide underneath the body of a dead woman to evade the terrorists.
A teacher with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East has been accused of keeping a Hamas hostage captive in an attic for over a month, claims that the UN agency has deemed "unsubstantiated."