Laura Ingraham hosted Michael Rubin.
Rubin said the machete murder of a soldier in Britain is tragic, but not surprising as al-Qaeda has promoted such horrific tactics. He said it isn't the job of any government to determine what is or isn't part of Islam. He cited several tracts on beheading that were deemed metaphorical until Middle East petro dollars started to flow and prop up such criminality and terrorism. He said political correctness kills which isn't due to grievances, but ideology.
Rubin said that when he asked a Rotterdam city council what it means to be Dutch and they couldn't reply. He said the West is sinking into a moral equivalency in which any sort of aberrant behavior is justified. He spoke about Osama bin Laden's mentor speaking of the elimination of Western culture under the tenets of religion.