There is a war on women in the world and it is not happening in the United States. Let’s do a little compare and contrast here to gain some perspective, shall we?
The danger, in cases of extremism, is that we marginalize the voices that should be the loudest: the voices calling for calm, respect, and mutual understanding.
Outcry against Newsweek's latest cover does not change the fact that "Muslim rage" is a serious problem.
Reports are emerging that the Obama administration ignored intelligence data pointing to terrorists acts in Libya. The foreign policy of this president is dangerous to American interests.
Mitt Romney's response to recent protests in the Middle East prove hes is not ready to lead, especially in the realm of foreign poilcy.
Radical Muslims stormed two American embassies on Tuesday, killing four including a U.S. ambassador, after they saw a movie. So why are some Americans blaming the film promoter and filmmaker?
While debating the future of Libya, we are missing the fundamental details. Gadaffi was not nearly as hated as Syria's Assad, yet Assad is still alive. Perhaps Gadaffi just knew too much.
The Arab League, with full cooperation of the international community, should start preparing for a humanitarian intervention in Syria.