I wrote recently about US Attorney Bill Killian's snarling threat to demonstrate "what the consequences are" to those with the temerity to say anything "offensive or inflammatory" about Muslims. If President Obama, who appointed Killian, has done anything to rebuke him, I haven't heard about it. (Not that rebuking him would be sufficient, and not that Obama has any desire to rebuke him, either).
As if going after the ordinary citizen who might criticize Muslims, fairly or unfairly, were not enough, we now see that the PC crowd will go after federal judges, too. Thus, when Fifth Circuit Judge Edith Jones said at a University of Pennsylvania Law School talk that blacks and Hispanics are more violent than whites, a consortium of civil rights* organizations filed a complaint. The complaint calls for stern discipline, on the grounds that the remarks were "discriminatory and biased."
So far as I have been able to discover, it makes no mention of the fact that they're true.
* I am old enough to remember that civil rights used to include the First Amendment.