Ahhhhh. There is one major difference between these two cases.
See, Christians are accustomed to being attacked by many adherents to the religions of Islam and Secular Humanism. We are told not only that our views don't belong in politics (though a few of our Commandments being observed by politicians would make things much better overall in D.C.), but they don't belong in the military or in education or in science. And we have knuckled under so many times that our surrender has become the norm.
Christians don't unite in order to create another 'Kristallnacht'. We don't loot our neighborhood stores before burning our neighborhoods down and then just wait until the government rebuilds. We do have rogues who'll murder an abortionist or burn an abortion mill down, but every group has it's rogues. The question is which group has more of them and which group encourages them.
Islam on the other hand is not such an easy target. When you have a Muslim officer slaughtering fellow soldiers at Ft. Hood or Muslims flying airliners full of civilians into office buildings then taking them to task is a whole different story. I mean, some people who dared to draw Islam's prophet a few years ago received death threats. So anything Islamic short of the politically correct falsehood that Islam is peaceful (Read up on how Islam spread so far so quickly throughout the Middle East and Africa to see just how true that is.) is to be silenced.
So much for true journalism. It's as dead in our major media as the Dodo is. Sad.
Well said! However, you omitted an important thing: The radical Muslim organization CAIR demanded NPR fire Juan because he offended Muslims; so NPR, not wishing to offend those bent on taking over our country by violence and any other means, sucked up to CAIR. After all, their Muslim buddies are far more important than the civil rights of Juan Williams, O'Reilly, and Christians. They don't wish to offend them for fear they might be considered biased towards members of a religion that blew Americans and others to bits on 9-11.
NPR CEO Schiller implied Williams needed a psychiatrist when, in reality, she is the one in need of psychiatric help. Our country has been turned upside down by radicals such as Schiller. We Christians need to get organized and defend our rights.