He's running on an anti-Sharia platform.
That's right. Right now, in 2010, in the American South, a man is running for Congress on an anti-Sharia platform.
The scary part?
I don't think he's alarmist at all. Not that I'm an expert, but in my limited experience, I think he's right on the money.
Please, please read this interview. Here's an excerpt:
We cannot see what we do not understand. Our education system is bankrupt at all levels. Our universities do not prepare our young minds to see anything bad about Islam. Here in Nashville at Vanderbilt University you can get a degree in Islamic Studies and never read the life of Mohammed—and never read the entire Koran. You study Sufi poetry, Islamic art, and Islamic history viewed as a glorious triumph. No kafirs [non-Muslims] suffer in this program and there is no history of Jew, Christian, Hindu or Buddhist suffering under Islamic rule for the past 1,400 years. A graduate from this program then goes out into the world professionally trained to be an apologist for Islam, a dhimmi. And this program is standard at all schools, not just Vanderbilt.