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One Year Since NPR Fired Me -- What Are the Lessons Learned?
by Juan Williams
So, in the year since being labeled a bigot, a bad journalist and fired from NPR, what have I learned?
The biggest lesson for me has come from the endless stream of Americans, Democrats and Republicans, who tell me they can't believe the constant pressure in politics these days to keep quiet, shut up and bite their tongue for fear of being called a bigot, a crazy right-winger or a socialist lefty.
People are fed up with pledges that enforce far-right or far-left orthodoxy and being told they lack a spine when they listen to the other side of an argument or call for a political compromise to reach a solution.
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