Trump and Islam: A New Hope or More of the Same?

Since the global jihad thrust itself into our national consciousness on September 11, 2001, America's arbiters of political correctness have over and again rejected every honest inquiry into Islam.  This willful refusal to explore the ideological roots of those who routinely claim allegiance to Muhammad's religion while engaging in terrorism has led our nation to choose costly and inconclusive responses to such violence.  With the "lone wolf" phenomenon, having sprung up on our shores over the past decade, one wonders whether our nation is any safer today from Islamic terrorism than during our pre-9/11 salad days. The 2,977 murders committed by 19 Muslim hijackers on 9/11 and a litany of other atrocities perpetrated by Muhammad's acolytes since then should have prompted our nation to investigate and address what ideas lie at the heart of such murderous behavior.  Curiosity alone regarding why Muslims continue to shout "Allahu akbar" at...(Read Full Article)