American politicians should stop implying that Muslim nations and individuals are more dangerous than any other group of human beings. They should also stop calling their religion "fascist."
The oppression of Muslim women is a major theme among the Islamofascistly aware. If only they felt the same about other women on earth.
David Horowitz's Islamofascism Awareness Week hits the already beleaguered campus.
If the Buddhist sangha and the military are the two dominant forces in the suffering society of Burma, could monks and dissident soldiers join forces to rise up against an oppressive regime?
As baseball's most sanctimonious team heads to the World Series, the
Colorado Rockies are playing down their holier-than-thou image.
Faced with a choice between facts and theology, antichoicers choose the latter every time.
The sick man of Europe gets a jolt of life, but will it last?
If you think the Buddhist monks challenging the military regime in Myanmar are passive and peaceful, think again.
The original poster child for the religious right describes how he came to terms with religion and an odd upbringing.
Leaders of the Jewish community who have resisted calls to voice opposition to the war can no longer justify their failure to speak out.