Denying Jihad — Again


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The mainstream media can’t find Islam in the Times Square car bomb attempt.

Times Square Car Bomb: A Jihad?


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Even if it wasn’t, only Muslims are praising it.

The “South Park” Revolution


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How Comedy Central’s irreverent show demonstrated the incompatibility of Sharia law and a free society.

Stewart: Patriot, O’Reilly: Pinhead


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Guess who’s publicly submitting to Sharia Law?

Fatwa Worthy Twitter Avatars


Looks like the Twitterverse got an early start on Everybody Draw Mohammed Day. Here are some of my favorite infidel avatars, starting with a top contender for Best Twitter Avatar Ever:

@chuck_dizzle
See the rest after the jump.

@ExJon

@anthropocon

@EvanPokroy

@EricCWhite

@demonsheep
If you’re on Twitter, give these guys a follow. And let me know if there are more Mohammatars [...]

What Would Han Solo Say About South Park?


Han Solo, why is South Park worried about angering Muslims but not Christians?
Mr. Solo: “Because Droids don’t rip people’s arms out of their sockets when they lose. Wookies have been known to do that.”
Conservatives across the country have been dismayed by South Park’s decision to placate Islamist demands that South Park not portray Mohammed on [...]

Glenn Beck’s “Midas Touch” Hurts His Credibility


There’s no joy in Mudville when I have to call out a fellow conservative. In his Dec. 10 episode of The Daily Show, Jon Stewart (NOT the conservative in question) launched into yet another satirical diatribe targeting Glenn Beck (the conservative in question). Nothing new there, except this time Stewart was right on the money – or [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 4, 2009


I have seen “South Park” and I found its anti-censorship message morally refreshing (it is beyond my ken that any conservative could find this film offensive on conservative grounds). What are the implications of Bennett’s argument, except that he considers it worth delivering our right to choose what we can see and know to the [...]