Of the scores of Muslim footballers playing in France and elsewhere in Europe, none have yet spoken up forthrightly about the Paris terrorist attack.
In the United States, it’s more dangerous to offend the LGBT lobby than to provoke Muslims with what they consider blasphemy.
If it’s fair to blame America for slavery, is it also fair to blame Islam for terrorism?
Ending immigration from Muslim-heavy parts of the world will not reduce terrorism in France. The men who murdered 17 people in Paris were French.
Religious liberty is often treated like the eccentric uncle of the human-rights family. It shouldn’t be. We need it now, perhaps, more than ever.
The right of people to be critical of religion—even their own, if they feel it has wandered from the principles that make it worthwhile—is fundamental.
Western culture’s guilt complex and self-hatred leaves it too weak to defend itself against radical Islam.
The message from several world leaders who attended the Paris unity rally on Sunday: We’re sorry blasphemy got you killed. Usually our punishments for it aren’t that bad.
The first issue of Charlie Hebdo in the aftermath of the deadly attacks on the newspaper was described by various media outlets. They missed a lot.
Three left-wing columnists have responded to conservative claims that Islamophobia is a myth with factual, tactical, and emotional appeals. None is convincing.
The Obama Administration has said it was mistaken to not send a high-ranking delegation to Paris’ free speech rally. But it should have surprised no one.
The media’s double standard on discussing Islam’s problem with violence is preventing the public discussion that could help reduce it.
British Islamist Anjem Choudary warns us that we should know the consequences of exercising our freedom. We certainly should—all of them.
Do we see much of anyone besides adherents to Islam committing mass murder over religious beliefs lately?
Whether Muhammad is a prophet is a matter of faith, not fact.
In responding to the Charlie Hebdo attack, Rand Paul distinguishes himself from his father on immigration, terrorism, and foreign policy.
Media elites are claiming journalistic principles prohibit publication of Charlie Hebdo pics. They need to admit the real reason is they’re terrified.
Freedom of expression is worthless if it excludes speech that offends someone. People apologizing for the Charlie Hebdo attack should take note.
If Rand Paul wants to have any chance in 2016, he needs to tell Dad to shut up.
It’s not enough for cowardly news organizations to censor the Charlie Hebdo cartoons. They feel compelled to butcher history, grammar, and theology, too.
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