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Michelle Obama's refusal to wear a head scarf in Saudi Arabia is not a revolutionary act

This post originally appeared at Muslim Girl.

Michelle Obama chose not to cover her head as she visited American ally Saudi Arabia to pay her condolences to the oppressive royal family for the death of King Abdullah. 492 more words

Gleanings from this week's news: Terror, "British values", C of E diagnosis & cure, Keller

The response of the government to Paris and the threat of Islamic extremism to physical safety in the UK has been predictably swift ; a consultation which will restrict freedom of speech by expecting all religious speakers at universities to be checked by the university authorities for speech inciting terrorism (tolerance being seen as one of our “British values”). 572 more words

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Whistleblower who exposed CIA nuclear sabotage operation convicted under Espionage Act

By Thomas Gaist
January 28, 2015
World Socialist Web Site

Former Central Intelligence Agency officer Jeffrey Sterling was found guilty of violating the 1917 Espionage Act Monday for providing information to the… 558 more words


The pen is mightier than swords... but who's swords?

Freedom of speech. Hurrmm.. There is a sense of déjà vu everytime I heard of that. Mostly because you can say any shit that you like and defend it with the sentence such as “that’s freedom of speech, you cocksuckers” or partly because I watch too much of mainstream media. 721 more words


Jesus 'n' Mo 'n' blasphemy

Today’s Jesus and Mo strip touches on the continuous battle in the United Nations about passing anti-blasphemy guidelines. This drive is, of course, promulgated almost entirely by Muslim states, while the U.S. 46 more words

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SCSU professors share their views on First Amendment freedoms

Photo Credit: Adam Fagen

Katherine G. Krajcik - Special to the Southern News 

Following the Charlie Hebdo attack, entities such as freedom of speech, freedom of the press and the mistreatment of Muslims around the world have been the main topics of discussion in and out of the classroom. 462 more words