Five posts ago, I promised I would report the NPR-Lisa-Simeone-Occupy-DC controversy down the middle until it played out.
With the news that NPR will no longer distribute "World of Opera" because of Simeone's political activism, both shoes have dropped.
(She had already been fired Wednesday from the public-radio documentary series "Soundprint" because her activities with the protest group October 2011 violated NPR's Ethics Code, according to the show's producer.)
So here's my take on the matter: I admire Simeone for her commitment and her willingness to put her salary and career on the line for what she believes. But, on the other hand, NPR had...