From the January/February, 2009 issue of Touchstone
A Certain Anger by S. M. Hutchens

A Certain Anger

S. M. Hutchens on Secularists Who Don’t Get Hell & Terrorists Who Do

In The Enemy at Home: The Cultural Left and Its Responsibility for 9/11 (2007), Dinesh D’Souza places the heaviest part of the blame for Islam’s hatred of the United States on the American left. The perception of many Muslims that this country is the fountainhead of world-pervasive satanic influences that corrupt morals and degrade human life, he indicates, is not irrational. The importations about which they are so angry—those which normalize sexual promiscuity, attack the integrity of the family, encourage rebellion of the young, mock legitimate authority, and glorify feminism and homosexuality—are large . . .


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