It has been the practice of the outgoing AG [Eric Holder] to label some out-and-out incident in the homeland as "workplace place violence" instead of what it seems to really be: TERRORISM? If the Ft. Hood massacre and now the Oklahoma beheading of a woman in the workplace are going to be labeled as workplace violence [which is clearly the prerogative of the AG's office], I began to wonder how many other shootings, explosions, and such where lives have been lost to have been PC labeled to avoid calling the incidents terror in order to keep America from being panicked? Does the PC labeling of violent events around the nation as something other than what really happened, good for America, or bad? Should America be told the truth? Or is spinning the truth the right thing to do to keep a calm America from panic in her best interest? Inquiring minds want to know, so, what is your opinion about not calling an incident what it actually is; and if those in high places have colored over the truth on Fort Hood and now Moore, OK, are their other such incidents in the coulntry that have been called an accident, gang shooting, drive by shooting, unknown explosion, etc., just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to being misled???? Your civil input, is appreciated!