Public broadcasting strikes a blow for censorship by firing a nationally known commentator for suggesting a connection between Islamofascism and terrorism. Sorry, there is one, and it makes us nervous too...
...To be fair, Williams warned O'Reilly that a blanket condemnation of Muslims wouldn't be any more justified than blaming all Christians for the actions of Timothy McVeigh in blowing up a federal building in Oklahoma City.
This is something liberals do all the time. Watch out for those right-wing militias and those racist Tea Partyers, you know. NPR, interestingly enough, recently engaged in politically correct stereotyping by running a segment on how to speak "tea bagger."
...It is political correctness that forces grandmothers and children through body scanners. It was political correctness that allowed Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan to rise through the ranks undetected until the day he shot up Fort Hood shouting "Allahu akbar!" (God is great) despite numerous warning signs. It is what caused us to ignore a group of young Middle Eastern men attending flight school to learn how to fly, but not land, a 747...
...Political correctness is getting Americans killed. And those who worry about our civil liberties being taken away while they sit silently as our freedom of speech is suppressed are hypocrites.
Why do we have government-run news?
That's the first thing we should cut to balance the budget. There are 50,000 radio stations in the U.S. And about a bazillion cable channels.
And we need state-run news why?
And, say, you've got to admit that's a pretty cool t-shirt, if I do say so myself.