You're confused. A private, non-government corporation (Yale University Press) made a business decision regarding one of their products.<quoted text>
Journalists guide to Islam called cave-in to political correctness
April 10, 2014
In 2005, the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published two editorial cartoons depicting the Islamic prophet, calling the effort an attempt to contribute to the debate about criticism of Islam and self-censorship. Predictably, Muslim groups in Denmark complained and protests took place around the world, including violent demonstrations in some Muslim countries.
Jutte Klausen, a professor at Brandeis University, wrote the book The Cartoons that Shook the World about the events, only to see the offending images cut by publisher Yale University.
My book was censored, Klausen told FoxNews.com .The issue was that nobody really understood what the cartoons meant. It was a different dilemma for the media at the time when they were published. No one was prepared for an international media landscape and how something like this could have different meanings for different people.
After that it became a matter of security, she added.But security is often an excuse for censorship.
You are advocating that private industry shouldn't be allowed to decide how to best make a profit. That is the opposite of capitalism. That is communism. And you are a Republican.
Wow. There really is no hope for you guys. I am sorry. It is over.