Letters to the Editor

'Offensive public speech'

How come only the "n-word" is getting all the ink and air-time, while right in front of the "n-word," Michael Richards used the "f-word"?

If we're going to make all this noise about the importance of censoring offensive public speech, should we not be an equal opportunity censor and demand an apology for the offensive use of both the "n-word" and the "f-word"?

Jim Revell