I’ve written many times about the urgent need for Muslims in America to speak publicly about their willingness to embrace our nation & culture. Here is one clear voice Read the rest of this entry »
Watching the WikiLeaks gang cat fight among each other is certainly a sardonic pleasure. But the latest unredacted release of over 250,000 cables has once again put lives in danger. Read the rest of this entry »
In my post of January 24, 2011, Silence Will Not Do: An Open Letter to Muslim America, I expressed a disquiet over the silence of Muslim Americans in light of the violent rhetoric and actions expressed and performed in the name of Islam. Some dismissed my comments as Islamophobia, racism, etc.
I stand by my question and assertions. Read the rest of this entry »
Confused? You’re not alone. Let me help. Read the rest of this entry »
According to the Obama Administration I’m “wealthy”. That is, my combined household income is more than $250,000 per year. I don’t feel wealthy.
As we enter the thirteenth day of peaceful protests across Egypt, two things seem certain: Protestors will accept nothing less than Mubarak relinquishing the presidency, and Mubarak refuses to do so. How long can this stalemate last? And how will it be broken? Read the rest of this entry »
I have seen many things in my lifetime, believed many things. But I never thought I’d see or believe possible the rapid dissipation of American legitimacy. Read the rest of this entry »