For those keeping score at home, the gist of the debate is this: ACT! claims it is not against all Muslims, just radical Muslims. ACT! detractors say that the organization's concept of "radical" casts a ridiculously wide net.
And is it just me, or do reactionary websites seem to love large, boldface fonts? Is it that their readers tend to be older white guys, so it's easier for them to read? Is it the visual equivalent of the Bill O'Reilly shouting? Thoughts?