The following are some of the stories that Vic Eliason brought up for listener consideration:
--A Department of Justice prosecutor has suggested that postings against Muslims on social networking sites could constitute a civil rights crime.
--A document reveals that the F.B.I., the organization responsible for American counter-terrorism, has purged its training manual curricula of material deemed offensive to Muslims.
--The U.S. and Saudi Arabia have signed an open skies agreement that will permit unrestricted air service by the airlines of both countries. This means planes from Saudi Arabia can fly from anywhere in their country to any point in the U.S. and vice-versa. Interestingly, 15 of the 19 men who hijacked and crashed U.S. planes on 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia.
--A growing number of German legal experts are concerned about the rise of a parallel Islamic justice system in their nation.
--Jay Nixon, governor of Missouri, vetoed an anti-Sharia law bill.
--Guantanamo Bay is now offering resume writing classes for terrorists as well as looking for an instructor that can teach water-color painting.
--In a recent online posting, an Al-Qaida terrorist stated that America's Ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, was killed by a lethal injection.
--New York Times editorial board, the board that twice endorsed President Obama, has turned against the president over the issue of the government's mass collection of phone data.
--A Czech newspaper article communicates that Barack Obama isn't the problem with America but instead points to "a citizenship capable of entrusting a man like him with the presidency."