Please support these students here, MUST READ -- believe me you, this is America's best shot at winning the war on Radical Islam. This is our future - I am proud of them
-There have been times in our nation when groups have been told to back down from their positions and accept the status quo. The anti-slavery, women's rights and anti-segregation movements are such examples. But despite climates of unfavorable opinion, their leaders persisted and changed our country for the better.
We are proud not to take the route of the New York Times, Washington Post or other major newspapers which have not published the cartoons. Their decision to leave their readership uninformed on an issue causing riots, death and damage is irresponsible.
Free speech is all about more speech. We will not allow a hastily written, knee-jerk editorial to undo the work we have done for our readers or intimidate us from carrying that mission out from here.
We will not resign. We will not issue an apology.
Fellow Atlases, I implore you to voice your support. Today. NOW. Here:
Letters to the editor:
Contributions may be sent to: Opinions, The Daily Illini, 57 E. Green St., Champaign, IL 61820 or e-mail email@example.com with the subject ³Letter to the Editor.² Letters must be limited to 300 words. Contributions must be typed and include the author¹s name, address and phone number. University students must include their year in school and their college. The Daily Illini reserves the right to edit or reject any contributions. Hat tip Irwin
Meanwhile the dhimmi leftists at The Boston Globe;
" As the Boston Globe refuses to publish any of the recent cartoons that have Islamist panties in a wad, I took it upon myself to send the globe editors the following note: 'I find ALL of your editorial cartoons deeply offensive—morally, religiously, philosophically and spiritually. In fact, I don't like your editorials, either. And the editorializing in your news coverage, that is offensive as well. In keeping with your policy to not offend any ethnic or religious group, kindly cease publication at once.' I will let you know when they close shop!" —Dover, Massachusetts
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