With all due respect to the First Amendment, we need to be careful about incendiary public speech.
Carter Vaughn Finley's timely new history contends that Turkey's development has been misunderstood as an upward march from Islamic empire to secular republic.
Rep. Peter King’s witnesses tried to paint Muslims as untrustworthy citizens, but other speakers, including LA Sherriff Lee Baca, attested to broad cooperation with law enforcement.
According to Jasser, the Muslim Brotherhood’s mission is to upend the Constitution and impose Sharia law and Islamic “political collectivism” in America.
Congressman Peter King's dark fantasies about American Muslims are intruding on reality.
Zealots are trying to turn the military into a religious army. Mikey Weinstein is fighting back.
The Family, the secretive organization of evangelicals tied to extremist anti-gay legislation in Uganda, is refusing to pressure Ugandan lawmakers to drop the bill.
Remembering the progressive aide to Gabrielle Giffords who died in the attack in Tucson, Arizona.
In The Clash of Images Abdelfattah Kilito creates a touching portrait of a young man coming of age in French-occupied Morocco.
The pope has said both men and women can use condoms to protect themselves from HIV. Can he now say that women can use them to protect themselves from the dangers of pregnancy?