Here's a distressing column by Caroline Glick titled "Must we continue to be enablers of our own destruction?" Read it and pass it on. She discusses recent disgraceful examples of political correctness and moral relativism, saying "Moral relativism is based on a refusal to call evil evil and a concomitant willingness to denigrate truth if truth requires you to notice evil. Since pointing out the reality of the danger the jihadist doctrines propagated by the likes of the Muslim Brotherhood involves the implicit demand that people make distinctions between good and evil and side with good against evil, moral relativists - that is most liberals -- cannot contend with jihad." and "The danger exposed by the cancellation of Geller's speech and the conferral of honors on the likes of Carter and Waters by mainstream Jewish institutions is daunting. If moral relativism remains the dominant dogma of the American Jewish establishment, the already weakly defended, but still strongly rooted support for Israel among the rank and file of the American Jewish community will dissipate."