"There's an attack on religious liberty like nobody's business," Glenn said on radio this morning.
To illustrate this point, Glenn brought up two stories in the news this morning. First, a religious ad is out that attacks Barack Obama for not holding to his promise to "open up our hearts and our minds to those who may not think precisely like we do or believe precisely what we believe, that's when we discover at least the possibility for common ground."
The ad claims that "After President Obama's speech calling for cooperation in order to reach common ground, the current and former presidents of the United States conference of Catholic bishops reached out to him to discuss their concerns. He ignored them."
"One of the only religious ads not paid for by George Soros," Glenn said.
The other bit of news? A George Washington University professor has filed a human rights violation claim on behalf of Muslim students who haven't even complained!
"Catholic university has been sued on behalf of Muslim students who haven't complained. George Washington University law professor who filed a human rights complaint against Catholic University this summer when it eliminated coed dorm floors has filed a second complained against the school saying the rights of Muslim students are being violated," Glenn read.
"The latest complaint filed a few weeks ago with the D.C. office of human rights focused on the school's policy of not giving official status to non Catholic worship groups. While the school has an official group for Jewish law students, a Muslim undergraduate profiled in a Washington Post article last year said he cannot create a group dedicated to Muslim worship," Glenn continued.
"So he read something in the newspaper and then decided I'm going to file on behalf of all the Muslims," Glenn explained.
"Catholic University spokesman Victor Nakas said that the school had not received a complaint about the Muslim students. Robert Tuttle, a law professor GW University who specializes in the separation of church and state says the city's anti-discrimination law has a broad exemption for political and religious groups. The law allows religious and political organizations to give preference to people of the same religion or political persuasion to promote the religious or political principles for which it's established," he finished.
"In other words, they have every right to exclude whatever they want. They don't have to put in special prayer rooms for Muslims," Pat said.
What's worse, the prayer group that was trying to form and was denied was the Muslim Students Association, a group with knows ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. But this professor doesn't really think that's relevant, nor is his connection to CAIR.
The audio read:
MONICA: Was it the Muslim Students Association, the MSA, that was trying to form on campus?
PROFESSOR JOHN BANZHAF: Yes, it was.
PROFESSOR JOHN BANZHAF: That's exactly what the Washington Post says.
MONICA: Do you understand that the Muslim Student Association is associated with the Muslim Brotherhood in the United States? Do you understand that?
PROFESSOR JOHN BANZHAF: I have no idea that that's true.
MONICA: Let me ask you this, professor. Are you working in conjunction with the Council on American Islamic Relations, CAIR, or any other group?
PROFESSOR JOHN BANZHAF: That's totally irrelevant. Why don't we talk about the legal issues. The legal issues are
MONICA: So you won't tell us whether or not you have been engaged by CAIR?
PROFESSOR JOHN BANZHAF: It doesn't make any difference. Doesn't make any difference.
Stu, Pat, and Glenn were all surprised that he tries to complain that his connections to the Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR "don't make any difference."
"Here's what you do in this information. You now know who he is. You now know exactly who he is. So if you're an attorney, you see what you can do to help. If you're a Catholic, you see what you can do to help. But you stand the line. These people are - they're everywhere. They're this easy to decode and trip up. They're this easy. It's everywhere. All you have to do is just a little bit of homework. And you trap them. And they are so arrogant," Glenn said.