Norman Solomon, Phyllis Bennis and Max Blumenthal agree that President Trump's address satisfied his base and will mobilize activists on the fringe.
The extremists were defeated by Muslims: That should be the headline. That is what Americans have trouble getting their heads around.
Russia has become the villain in virtually every bad thing that happens, and U.S. dissidents are being treated as "fellow travelers."
Some see her comments as offbeat political humor, but it’s a telling fact that her writing is highlighted on the websites of extremist organizations, one of them labeled a hate group.
Joseph Michael Schreiber stands accused of having carried out an arson attack against a mosque in Fort Pierce, Fla.
Muhammad Ali, far from being pugilistic with the pugnacious Donald Trump, gently called on all U.S. politicians to distinguish between a fringe of misguided extremists and the actual teachings of Islam, which Ali saw as uniting humankind in love.
Republican leaders don't want to take responsibility for the choices made by their own voters or their complicity in tolerating and even encouraging the extremism Trump represents.
Chris Hedges and two combat veterans analyze the realities of American intervention in the Middle East and explain why the brutalized become brutal.