"Nice Muslim" simply means asymptomatic Muslim. One can indeed be a peaceful, decent person and a Muslim. But such a person carries a deadly, evil ideology, whether he expresses it himself or merely helps it propagate to the next generation. The "nice Muslim" is actually more dangerous exactly because of this.
Sir, Your probem is easily solved. Put all your evidence of anti-muslim atrocities on the web. I will wait.
When you find a video of Christians gang raping a women while reciting the Nicean Creed or maybe the Lord's Prayer, let us all know.
The rationale in the DOJ memo is disingenuous. We have precedence in FISA for how to provide honest judicial review of very difficult and sensitive cases. If Obama were even remotely concerned about civil rights and rule of law, he would ask congress to help establish a special court for this. You can bet that even the republican House would get on board with that. Like FISC, it would mostly defer to the administration, but it would also keep a watch on possible abuse. But of course, Obama has nothing but contempt for the constitution and rule of law.
Foxx complains about having to "be white" when he leaves the house, presumably to work. And who does he work amongst? Those lovely Hollywood liberals. Maybe he should try working in an non-racist industry.
And by the way, just for the record, I am not a fan of Ritz crackers either.
Multiculturalism is not exactly the problem. Rather it is the age old problem that charity - often translated to mean tolerance - is, like all virtues, easily perverted. This is a spiritual problem for the Danes: how to ride along on the moral capital of the West without God. Experience, right back to the Torah, suggests that a revival of belief in, and reliance on, the one true God is Europe's only hope. We cannot fight a spiritual evil with secular tools.
Can you think of a single Spielberg movie that portrays Americans in an affectionate light? Think of ET and its dystopic view of suburbia. It has been obvious for a long time that the man is contemptuous of the very people who have made him wealthy. In other words, he is just another Hollywood type.
Push back is starting, but it will take time. Right now, donors whose gut tells them something is wrong are, unfortunately, not up to the task of articulating the problem. And the walls that "University Advancement" teams have built between donors and faculty prevent the sort of interaction and alliance making that could help.
Forbidding ...., behaviors such as smoking or selling cigarettes;
So mayor Bloomberg would feel right at home.
One correction to the video. Obama is not visiting a mosque in Turkey. He is visiting a church that was stolen, desecrated and abused. It is located in occupied Constantinople.
Those you so charitably call "Right wing Christians" do not think that not having sex ed will stop underage sex. They seem to believe that sex education that affirms sex as being bound up in our moral lives will help. The data says they are right about that, though perhaps not as much as they would like. They also have a healthy distrust of educationists to actually deliver anything except a lesson in mechanics. Also, I have never heard a Christian wonder about the epidemic of VD, etc., at least not recently. That's because all those measures are falling. It is the left that says silly things about the dire consequences of encouraging young folks to resist peer pressure.
As for abortion, I am pretty sure that aborting a child does not undo the sex. It does, however, dispose of an undesirable person. Christians certainly don't oppose abortion because they think abortion causes teen pregnacy. They oppose it because they think snuffing is snuffing.
Laffer (I did catch that clever word play of yours) is completely uncontroversial in classical economics. Crack a book that explains supply/demand curves sometime. The controversy is only to do with where you believe we are on the curve, not the basic idea of the curve itself. Reasonable people can read the poor data we have differently. In fact, I think that you and I would agree that low rates on capital gains is bad idea. But our agreement would be an accident because you seem to believe all sorts of silly things. So agreement with you is about as reliable as agreement with a policy based on goat entrails.