Sports writer Terry Frie of the Denver Post was fired this week for tweeting that he was a bit uncomfortable with Japanese driver Takuma Sato winning the Indy 500 on Memorial Day weekend. He was shouted down as a 'racist'.
Notwithstanding that Japanese is a particular nationality, not a race (in the same way that Mexican isn't a race), why is Mr. Frie not being hailed as a defender of American culture?
I ask this rhetorically, of course, because political correctness is ridiculous in all its forms. But I tackle this in my latest column at WND.com. Check it out and share it!