Frances Fox Piven and the New York Times's dishonest campaign for "civility."
[...] They may not agree with what you say, but they'll fight to the death for your right to remain silent.
And the New York Times will cheer them on in that fight. Why is a newspaper that has been posturing as the scourge of violent rhetoric now siding with a purveyor of such rhetoric, and blatantly slanting the news as it does so? Because her opponent is a prominent media figure from outside the old media establishment. Because Glenn Beck is a threat to the authority of the New York Times. [...]
Read the details, and weep. Talk about twisting things.
When civility is demanded from only one political side, how is that any different from censorship? Someone please explain it to the NY Times.
HEARD OF PROFESSORS CLOWARD AND PIVEN?