Take it from an angry Arab-American Muslim woman: We are not oppressed, nor do we need to be liberated.
We live in an increasingly secular world, but God and prayer remain important in the lives of everyday people.
Telling Muslims they need to "do more" to stop religious violence is a kind of shaming, and it would be really cool to stop it.
Geller and her allies should strive for rational debate rather than demagoguery.
If religiously unaffiliated voters gain recognition as an increasingly crucial demographic to winning elections, politicians may have to learn to keep their religion out of their work.
A new poll reveals that 46% of Americans are Creationists. Why is that a bad thing, and what can secularists do to boost the profile of evolution in the United States?
The few who interpret Islam in a radical and dangerous way are in no way indicative of the overwhelming majority who don't.
Individuals can help eliminate stereotypes and misconceptions about Islam by meeting ordinary America Muslims.