innocence of muslims
An illuminating look at the key research on this subject.
December 31, 2015
"These, of course, are fighting words to many faithful Muslims"
December 16, 2014
"It sends a message and has a certain chilling effect."
January 13, 2014
Major media outlets have a new disinformation tactic.
December 28, 2013
Who really needs to talk about Liu Xiaobo or Chen Guangcheng? Nakoula Basseley Nakoula is America's Chen Guangcheng.
June 11, 2013
The "Innocence of Muslims" case marked the first time in the United States in nearly a century that a man was imprisoned over the hostile reaction to his speech. The precedent for that had already been set with the Koran burnings and the Mohammed cartoons, but for the first time the United States acted on the concept that the outcome of speech determines its protected nature.
December 9, 2012
Can we conceive of any other Muslim leader showing such generosity and tolerance as to sentence a man who offended his faith to only one year in prison, without any additional beheadings or mutilations?
November 28, 2012
Freedom of Speech? Oh it's one of those we used to have in the old America. Like Freedom of Religion. Before the thing that couldn't happen here... happened here.
November 7, 2012
The father of Tyrone Woods, the ex-Navy SEAL killed in Benghazi, met with Obama and Clinton. And he reports that Clinton told him that they were going to "arrest and prosecute" the man behind the Mohammed movie.
October 25, 2012
This was a sucker punch; it wasn't about the video, this was about feeling disenfranchised, envious and the opportunity to loot and destroy what wasn't theirs.
October 1, 2012
Magistrate Judge Suzanne H. Segal ordered Nakoula detained, adding that he poses “some danger to the community.” He faces a maximum of three years in prison
September 28, 2012
Josh Brewster, Leon Weinstein and Dwight Schultz analyze the tragedy that is supposed to be Obama's foreign policy.
September 27, 2012