The "Parading Atheists of Pennsylvania" act about 20 years younger than they are, and it's surprising to see what passes for "criticism" nowadays.
Nevertheless, in the United States, being offensive is perfectly legal . . . unless you're in Pennsylvania, where Muslims are now free to enforce Sharia against people who mock Muhammad.
Judge Mark Martin dismissed charges against a Muslim named Talaag Elbayomy, who physically attacked an atheist dressed as Muhammad. In ruling against the atheist, Judge Martin sent a double message: (1) criticism of Muhammad will not be tolerated, and (2) assaulting critics of Muhammad will be tolerated.
If things don't work out for Judge Martin in Pennsylvania, I'm sure Dearborn would give him a job.