The truth, no matter how hard some would seek to obscure it, still has a tendency to come out. And sometimes common sense and the survival instinct can even shake one from deeply ingrained political dogmatism. The Los Angeles Times this week, for instance, editorialized that political correctness can not override military security.
We don’t know the full story yet, but as facts have emerged about the Ft. Hood massacre and the events that lead up to it, there’s been some good analysis of what seemed to have happened, and what has happened in its aftermath.
Rather than try to headline and link to all of them here, I’ll direct you to The Religion of Peace, a website that chronicles acts of violence committed in the name of Islam. You can visit the website at www.thereligionofpeace.com and the list of articles related to Ft. Hood is on the front page under the title “Articles and Commentary.”
This website is unapologetic in its mission, and some of the events highlighted are disturbing, so be forewarned. The website is not anti-Islamic, but is emphatically anti-Islamic-violence.