There are now warnings emanating from some circles that Muslim leaders are seeking gateways through which to implement an "Islamification" of American politics and society.
St. Paul officials have decided to drop charges against journalists, such as Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman, who were arrested during the recent Republican National Convention in the Minnesota capital. For her part, Goodman was pleased by the news but is calling for an investigation into the convention situation.
Could it be that Republican former presidential contender Rudy Giuliani made a couple of passing references to terrorism during his speech at last week's Republican National Convention? Perhaps he did, and you can see them, along with other key moments from the RNC, in this priceless exercise in video editing by HuffPo's "23/6" division.
There are three great moments in this short video of McCain's acceptance speech. First, a Code Pink demonstrator interrupts McCain's speech and gets dragged out to chants of "U.S.A.!" Then, McCain fumbles and makes an antiquated tech-related joke about static. Finally, McCain delivers his speech in front of a blue screen. Stephen Colbert, eat your heart out.
Many Republicans who originally planned to spend Monday in St. Paul with other Republican National Convention-goers were compelled to change their plans, thanks to Hurricane Gustav -- including the GOP's own presumptive presidential nominee, John McCain, who was busy over the weekend playing the anti-Bush when it came to disaster preparedness.