Surely one of the finest writers in the blogosphere today must be Wretchard. No matter the topic, his analysis combined with deftly crafted language illuminates a point as few others can do.
Today, Wretchard takes on the world's inequitable handling of death and responsibility in the Muslim world with "The Blame Game." It's a deadly and dire game, as this passage so well highlights:
The difference between correctness and political correctness is that the former blames who it must and the latter blames who it can.
This is completely perverse. And it means that modern political correctness will be exercised relentlessly against law-abiding nations because they are the only ones on who it works. The lawless will be given wide berth: the more lawless the wider the berth. The result will be split level morality where a few countries will be held to an impossibly high standard while the most brutal will be treated with kid gloves, even fawned upon. Now let's examine the question again: who holds Muslim blood cheap?