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Warner Todd Huston is a self-styled right-wing blogger and editorial columnist who contributes to such websites as Newsbusters, RedState and Human Events. He is the co-host of "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Conservatism" heard on BlogTalkRadio. He is best known for his argument that Islam should be criminalized in the United States and that followers of Islam be exterminated.[1]

Huston is a fierce critic of Islam, which he calls a religion that "encourages the rape and death of its own children"[2]. He opposes "reparations of all kinds," such as those for Jewish Holocaust survivors, because "[t]here is no "justice" for slights made by history."[3] He also maintains that homosexuality is a choice and an "aberrant lifestyle" that he compares to pedophilia.[4]. He describes advocates for gay "civil rights" as "homosexual extremists"[5] In 2008, he described Tony Kushner's Pulitzer Prize winning play, Angels in America, as "gay porn" and spear-headed a campaign to have it removed from public school curricula.[6]

Huston attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana[7]

Criticism and controversy

Huston has drawn criticism from fellow conservatives, such as Daniel Pipes, who have condemned his efforts to ban Islam in the United States[8] and for calling Black journalist Wendi C. Thomas a "racist."[9]

He has been criticized by moderate Muslims, such as Imam Zaid Shakir, for writing on the website of Illinois Senate Candidate Alan Keyes: "We feel the only true solution is that millions of Muslims must be killed and the sooner the better it will be for the whole world. Not because Jews are somehow perfect or that Muslims just plain "need killing," but because Islam is so patently evil and needs to be defeated!"[10]

During the 2008 Presidential Election campaign, he came under fire for falsely reporting that Franklin & Marshall College was giving university credit for students who volunteered for the Obama campaign.[11]

Among Huston's most controversial claims is the President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who Huston says "despised and worked to undermine nearly every institution that makes America America" knew in advance of the Japanese plans to attack Pearl Harbor.[12]

References

  1. A Muslim Response to the Pope
  2. http://conservablogs.com/publiusforum/2009/02/05/muslim-grannie-jihadi-by-day-rape-coordinator-by-night/
  3. [1]
  4. http://www.stoptheaclu.com/archives/2009/04/17/aclu-know-what-we-need-schools-that-are-like-porn-shops/ ACLU: Know What WE Need? Schools That Are Like Porn Shops
  5. Conservative Battle Line
  6. Shocking story of gay porn as required reading in high school
  7. John McClaslin, Inside the Beltway, The Washington Times, May 6, 1993
  8. Daniel Pipes. Keep the Koran Legal. The New York Sun August 9, 2007
  9. [2]
  10. A Muslim Response to the Pope
  11. Tom Murse, No Credit: Blogger Errs On F&M Campaign Volunteers, Lancaster New Era June 20, 2008
  12. Great President or Socialist Disaster
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Warner Todd Huston is an American conservative activist and writer who advocates the criminalization of Islam

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  • Islam has become the KKK of the 21st century. The sooner we awake to this truth and take steps to ban the religion, or somehow curtail its pernicious influence the better. The west is going to have to put severe restrictions on Islamic Mosques and public display of Islam. Further, devout Muslims should not be allowed to hold public office (though it certainly should not become a racial issue — sins of the father should not be visited upon the sons).
  • I am tired of people claiming that this country isn’t a Christian nation.

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