Yesterday, we had this ... Today, we have this ... Here's the irony. The "how-to guide" was inspired by such events as the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten publishing two editorial cartoons depicting the Islamic prophet in 2005, calling the effort "an attempt to contribute to the debate about criticism of Islam and self-censorship." Of course, the Danish Muslim groups went bonkers and put out a "death warrant" on the cartoonist. In 2009, a book entitled "The Cartoons that Shook the World" was published, but the author was shocked to discover some content was censored by the publisher, Yale University Press. The author of said book? Jutte Klausen, a professor at Brandeis University! Brandeis took it's professor's part in the resulting scuffle over content, but has now taken the opposite position by canceling Ali's appearance. The Washington State "how-to" guide is a complete capitulation to academic and media freedom of speech, done solely to favor Islam, and not tick off the terrorists. Which, as Ali said, are Islam itself.