IF REALITY DOESN’T match your expectations, perhaps it’s time to re-examine your premises.
Juan Williams was purged from NPR because he spoke truth to power: the truth being that Moslems (deliberately?) make people of other faiths or of no faith nervous — the more overtly Moslem one’s sartorial choices, the more “in your face,” the more nervous people are made; the power being the coaxial aligment of leftist wannabe tyrants and their fronts and Islamofascists.
But here’s the nub: if you have to use coercion to advance your cause, you lose. Ipso facto, your premises are revealed as invalid. You have no argument and must retire from the field of debate.
In this, though he may consider the cost too high, Williams pwns NPR.