Apple Bans iSlam Muhammad App from App Store

Apple’s jumped onto the Muslim appeasement bandwagon and banned an app that simply quotes from the Koran from the App Store. I’m working on a piece that goes into more detail about why Apple bugs me, but for now just watch the video. It’s instructive.

And About that “Self-Defense” Thing

Mark Steyn calls it as it is with regard to the West’s continued capitulation to the “Muslim world”: Listening to Attorney General Holder, one is tempted to modify Trotsky: You may not be interested in Islam, but Islam is interested in you. Islam smells weakness at the heart of the west. The post-World War Two […]

Obama to Suck Up to Islam

An interesting juxtaposition (in bold): President-elect Barack Obama says he will try to “reboot America’s image” among the world’s Muslims and will follow tradition by using his entire name — Barack Hussein Obama — in his swearing-in ceremony. [Emphasis added.] The U.S. image globally has taken a deep hit during President George W. Bush’s two […]

Treasury Department Learning (Islamic) Shariah Law

To show how far we’ve fallen, the Washington Times points out the Treasury Department’s flirtation with Shariah law: Evidently, the price demanded by his hosts is that the U.S. government get with the Islamist financial program. While in Riyadh, Mr. Kimmitt announced: “The U.S. government is currently studying the salient features of Islamic banking to […]

“Working Towards Islam” – A Must Read

It’s not this blog’s intention to merely provide links. But, sometimes, there’s something strong enough to stand on its own and important enough to point at and say, “Read this, or regret it.” Here’s such a piece, by Edward Cline at The Rule of Reason.