Accuracy in Media

Op-Ed: Attack in Garland, Texas is an Attack on Free Speech

Even if holding a satirical cartoon event about Islam’s prophet Mohammed may not have been the smartest thing to do post-Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks, it still is an expression of free speech. As the Washington Examiner editorial board noted, if we start suppressing free speech in the name of ‘it’s-too-offensive,’ then where do we stop?

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March 2016

3/4/2016 - Witness: Mohammed Cartoon Shooter was an ISIS Supporter

June 2015

6/4/2015 - Boston Terrorist Suspect wanted to Attack Pamela Geller, anti-Islamist Activist

May 2015

5/29/2015 - DC Metro Censors Free Speech, Won’t Run Pamela Geller Ad on Mohammed

5/8/2015 - FBI Warned Texas Police about Gunmen’s Interest in Garland, TX Cartoon Event

5/7/2015 - Fox News Anchors say “I Support Free Speech, but…”

5/7/2015 - Failed Hot Take: Chris Cuomo said Hate Speech Not Protected by Constitution

5/5/2015 - One Shooter at Garland, Texas Event was Monitored for Terrorism for Years

5/5/2015 - Obama Half-Heartedly Defends Free Speech in ISIS’s Garland, Texas Attack

5/5/2015 - Op-Ed: Attack in Garland, Texas is an Attack on Free Speech

5/5/2015 - ISIS Claims Responsibility for Failed Attack in Garland, Texas at a Mohammed Cartoon Event

January 2015

1/16/2015 - CNN President Jeff Zucker Consulted Muslim Employees Over Charlie Hebdo

1/12/2015 - USA Today Defends Running Radical Muslim Cleric Column—Calls it “Tempered Analysis”