I don’t normally weigh in on military matters, but in response to a recent PBS Newshour segment, I decided to do so since I have a vested interest. Basically, if our audiences are too fragile to hear an f-bomb, then they certainly lack the ability to stomach the real wounding and maiming of our troops. And while we’re at it, such reports are heavily biased, short on context, and deeply hurtful to our troops and their families. My brother was killed two years ago today in Afghanistan. This type of reporting doesn’t do justice to him, to his fellow soldiers, or to their loved ones. Many thanks to NRO for hosting me on The Corner.