Where Peaceful Muslims Stand

I don’t understand the outrage against Representative Peter King.  He is asking whether there is a problem with Islamic terror within the population of Muslims in America.  The sensible nature of his inquiry is on display in the shootings at Ft. Hood and in the attempted bombing of Times Square and in the attempted bombing... Continue Reading →

What’s Wrong with Animal Rights?

My daughter told me of an ad she saw which encouraged dog owners to get their dogs a massage this Holiday season in order to help the dogs deal with the stress.  To say that we have gone too far in treating animals like humans is to say only what is obvious.  It could all... Continue Reading →

Swiss Anxiety

In the land of holy cheese, high mountains, and great chocolate, anxiety is on the rise of a particular kind.  Islamic anxiety is increasing.  Its effects were on display in the recent vote to ban Islamic minarets in Switzerland.  Dr. Mohler's blog has a good, thoughtful reaction to the implications of the vote.  I would... Continue Reading →

Stating the Obvious

I can't help but thinking this Washington Times editorial is doing nothing but stating the obvious.  Hasan was a radical muslim who plotted murder against the American infidels at Ft. Hood.  No serious person can believe otherwise.  Still, this is a good editorial to read just to remind ourselves of what we are up against. ... Continue Reading →

Tough Questions

I don't know of too many folks asking really tough questions when it comes to international affairs and the role of Islamic terror.  Robert Spencer, however, is asking the questions.  Some of the questions he has are these: Why did someone who became interested in the Koran and wanted to serve Allah get involved in... Continue Reading →

From Gitmo to Bermuda

Apparently, the plan to close Guantanamo is getting ugly.  In this news article (which probably will not show up much in the mainstream), the point is plainly made that no one (a) thinks the fellows at Gitmo are innocent people who need a break; and (b) that the people housed at Gitmo are terrorists.  People... Continue Reading →


I have made the comment many times before that it is irrelevant whether or not most muslims are "peaceful."  The truth of the matter is that Islam today is defined as the non-peaceful type.  Militant Islam rules the day.  An article today at National Post makes the case more fully, arguing that the "zeitgeist" of... Continue Reading →

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