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Some Thoughts About Nine Eleven

Posted on: September 10th, 2010 by Warren Adler No Comments

And so it is September 11th again and we can all breathe a sigh of relief that another year has passed in which we have not had a massive terrorist attack against our homeland.

Because we have escaped mass slaughter at the hands of Islamic extremists, we are now experiencing a different kind of narrative.

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Not About Religious Freedom

Posted on: August 23rd, 2010 by Warren Adler 2 Comments

We’ve certainly heard enough lectures on freedom of religion lately from every source imaginable. Who doesn’t believe in freedom of religion despite all the self-righteous posturing going on to justify the building of a mosque too darn close to Ground Zero?

The constitutional guarantee of freedom of religion is not the issue in this situation. It is a Trojan horse that misses the point, either deliberately or by design.

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What Ever Happened to Empathy?

Posted on: August 5th, 2010 by Warren Adler 1 Comment

What a wonderful world we Americans live in today. We live with the illusion that all those who reside within our borders just love our country to death, even all Muslim Americans. No pun intended.

We are fighting two wars in two Muslim countries, where radical Muslims are dedicated to killing and maiming our soldiers who have come to the aid of their fellow Muslims who have been brutalized by their dictatorial rulers. In many of these Muslim countries, including those of our alleged allies, Christians are treated with disdain and persecuted and Jews are, quite literally, prohibited.

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