Moral Myopia at Ground Zero

Source: National Review Online By Charles Krauthammer Supporters of the mosque fail to see its true significance. It’s hard to be an Obama sycophant these days. Your hero delivers a Ramadan speech roundly supporting the building of a mosque and Islamic center at Ground Zero in New York. Your heart swells and you’re moved to […]

God and Man at Ground Zero

Source: Hot Air By J.E. Dyer In which a bemused observer tries to make sense of man, religion, and the state Here’s my bottom-line problem with the concatenation of events and trends surrounding the Ground Zero mosque: I see privilege being accorded to Islam, as against situations in which the civil authorities have de-privileged Christianity […]

Why no support for Ground Zero church from Giannoulias?

Illinois Democratic Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias made waves earlier this week when he announced his support for the Ground Zero Mosque. Giannoulias’s support for the mosque isn’t particularly surprising; he’s far behind his Republican opponent, Mark Kirk, in the money race and can’t afford to alienate the White House, or risk no more presidential fundraising trips.  […]

Krauthammer: Sacrilege at Ground Zero

Source: National Review Online A place is made sacred by a widespread belief that it was visited by the miraculous or the transcendent (Lourdes, the Temple Mount), by the presence there once of great nobility and sacrifice (Gettysburg), or by the blood of martyrs and the indescribable suffering of the innocent (Auschwitz). When we speak […]

Ground Zero is American Holy Ground. No Mosque Near Ground Zero

This is my essay that appeared on Catholic Online today. Don’t Let Muslims Define 9-11 NAPLES (Catholic Online) – Muslims have it over secularists, but not Christians – at least the clear thinking ones anyway. The Muslim proposal to build a mosque two blocks from Ground Zero is not only an affront to all people […]

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