A father of one of the 17 sailors killed in the 2000 USS Cole terrorism
attack has been banned from visiting his son's grave at the Arlington
National Cemetery. Jesse Nieto, a 25-year Marine veteran, has been
banned because of displaying “offensive material" such as decals which
say “Remember the Cole, 12 Oct 2000,” “Islam=Terrorism” and “We Died,
A federal lawsuit is in the process of being filed and I wish Mr. Nieto every success.
That Movie: How The Innocence of Muslims Was Made When struggling actor Tim Dax was hired to star in a swords-and-sandals movie titled Desert Warrior, he was just happy to have the job. One year later, Dax and the rest of the film’s cast and crew would look on in horror as The Innocence of Muslims—a crudely dubbed version of the movie they thought they were making—ignited protests across the Arab world and controversy at home. Speaking with many of the film’s principals, Michael Joseph Gross reports on a story as old as Hollywood itself: a pursuit of fame and fortune that ended in tears.
Pravda to Americans: Never Give Up Your Guns "These days, there are few few things to admire about the socialist, bankrupt and culturally degenerating USA, but at least so far, one thing remains: the right to bare arms and use deadly force to defend one's self and possessions."