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AIM: Save Savage Nation

From BCRW December 2007 posts
AIM Urges Action to Save "The Savage Nation" Radio Talk Show

WASHINGTON, December 10, 2007 -- Accuracy in Media editor Cliff Kincaid is urging Americans nationwide to contact the companies which have been identified as dropping advertisements from The Savage Nation radio program featuring Michael Savage. The ultimate question, Kincaid said in a recent column, is: “Will Sharia law or the First Amendment prevail in the U.S.? The fate of Michael Savage will provide the answer.”

Savage is being accused of making anti-Islam comments and has been found guilty of “hate speech” by a radical Muslim group that calls itself the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). As part of this campaign, CAIR has urged advertisers to drop their support of the show. But experts say that CAIR is attempting to impose Islamic-style Sharia law on the U.S. “This is a religious test being applied to talk show hosts and it is un-American,” Kincaid said.

The companies are Citrix Systems, Inc., Trusted I.D., Office Max, JCPenney, AutoZone, AT&T, Wal-Mart, Universal Orlando Resorts, and Sears. These companies may not understand, Kincaid said, that they are being used and exploited in a campaign to impose Sharia law in the U.S. “They must be urged to reinstate their advertising on The Savage Nation and proclaim their support of the First Amendment,” Kincaid said.

As for CAIR, Kincaid said that the organization “pretends not to understand the American tradition of free expression and political liberty. Its apparent preference for Sharia law in the United States must be exposed and stopped. Those companies which have bowed to its pressure campaign against Michael Savage should be educated -- and quickly -- about the need to resist the imposition of Islamic-style foreign law on America.”

“It is entirely proper for Americans to boycott U.S. products, services and personalities in order to make a political point,” Kincaid went on to say. “But this case involves a special interest group with foreign connections that wants to place its own holy book, which itself contains many hateful utterances, above well-established American traditions and principles. We must do everything in our power to stop them. Our Constitution hangs in the balance.”

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