And It Isn't Even Spring
The United States strongly condemns, opposes and is disgusted by any attempt by misguided individuals to abuse their freedom of speech to hurt the feelings of any and all religious people who worship Allah and murder American citizens. Christians and Jews trying to use religion to protect life or ennoble the individual will be subject to penalties and fines.
And yet, one sometimes wonders if it's possible to go too far in our support for shrieking hordes of savage Islamist animals bent on the destruction of western civilization.
Andrew C. McCarthy, the former Assistant United States Attorney who, in an excess of prosecutorial zeal, went around securing the conviction of a dozen misunderstood Islamic terrorists merely because they'd planned and carried out the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993, is one of those who hasn't yet gotten the multi-cultural message of quivering, apologetic tolerance that has done so much to bring peace to the Middle East during the present administration:
McCarthy, a deep thinker on Islam and a fine writer, has a new e-book out from Encounter Books entitled Spring Fever: The Illusion of Islamic Democracy. You can — and should — order it for your kindle at the link. You can order copies for other platforms at the Encounter or McCarthy links.