The controversial Muslim center near Ground Zero may get public financing.
Ok, Saudi Arabia has less freedom than the US. Why do some people think that should form the basis of an argument about appropriate behavior in the US?
The only reasons Michael Kinsley can conjure for opposing the Park51 project are bigotry and political opportunism. Unless you’re a really smart columnist.
Representative Ron Paul does not mince words on the subject of the Park51 project.
Glenn Greenwald argues that the “Ground Zero Mosque” debate is about more than just a “mosque” near Ground Zero. He’s right, but that also means the debate is likely to get uglier.
Yes, when you blame one group of people for the actions of other, especially irrationally so, that qualifies as scapegoating.
Park51 opponents are trying to depict Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf as an anti-American radical. Read his speech at Daniel Pearl’s memorial service and judge for yourself.
America’s obsession over the fate of the Burlington Coat Factory in Lower Manhattan, and a general rise in anti-Islamic rhetoric, plays right into the hands of the people that are actually our enemies.
A small slice of what people at the epicenter of the Park51 controversy have to say.
If the response to Cordoba House isn’t basically being anti-Muslim, what is it?
The GOP is playing a dangerous game with the anti-Islamic rhetoric that it seems to be courting these days.