The defense of free speech often hides a multitude of sins. Since Brandeis University withdrew an honor it had intended to bestow on the author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, many have flocked to her defense in the name of free expression — no matter how offensive. But implicitly they are suggesting that Islam and Muslims are . . . → Read More: Can you challenge my freedom to offend?
By Tabish Qayyum
“I’ve got a new gun, it’s a Glock 39. It’s a small yet powerful package”
“Wow, that’s so cool. I brought my new ‘Desert Eagle’ today, let’s check them out.”
“Sure, after class. Let’s try few shots on the nerdy Physics professor; he’s been wearing . . . → Read More: Colorado University: Weapons are now okay
Ever since Anders Behring Breivik fired the opening volley of the shooting spree that took the lives of at least 85 youngsters on the small Norwegian island of Utøya on Friday, every few hours has brought some new shock.
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