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Here’s an Idea: Million Muslim Man Marches Around the World

In a column about the massacre in Paris, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof wanted us to understand that while there is indeed a “strain of Islamic intolerance and extremism” that has caused too much violence in the world, most Muslims are good people who detest what happened in Paris the other day as much…

Radical Muslims Attack Paris — and Freedom Everywhere

On September 30, 2005 a newspaper in Denmark Jyllands-Posten published an article under the headline, “The face of Muhammad” – an article that included 12 cartoons of the prophet. Here is some of what Danish journalist Flemming Rose said in his newspaper: “Modern, secular society is rejected by some Muslims. They demand a special position,…

Even Opinion Journalism Needs To Be Fair

The New York Times editorial began like this: “For most people, Ferguson, Mo., will be remembered for one awful August afternoon, when a white police officer there shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown. That’s one way to put it. Here’s another: “For most people, Ferguson, Mo., will be remembered for one awful…

Chuck Todd and the Rosetta Stone of Liberal Bias

Chuck Todd, who hosts Meet the Press on NBC, opened his show the way he often does, by introducing his panel of journalists. There was Luke Russert of NBC News, and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report, and there was “Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post … and Ken Blackwell, conservative columnist and former…

White Liberals and the New Racism

I attended a forum the other night at a liberal synagogue about “the tragic trend of police shootings of unarmed black men.” Let’s set aside that there is no “trend” and that the “unarmed” black men were also resisting arrest, and in the case of Michael Brown was trying to take the gun away from…