Adrienne Ross, who runs the blog Motivation: Truth, is a public-school teacher who happens, as I do, to support Sarah Palin. To her surprise, she saw a display during "Banned Books Week" which read "Sarah Palin + Banned Books = Censorship." This referred back to the long-dispelled myth that Sarah Palin sought to ban books. As might be expected, Ms. Ross was surprised, and not in a good way, by this display, and she wrote about it; you can see her original thoughts here.
Well, as can be seen in the previous link, Ms. Ross had more than enough information to refute this display's assertion, and she attempted to speak to the librarian. As days went by, she worked her way up the chain to the superintendent in an effort not only to have the display removed (because eventually it was anyway--Banned Books Week, as you might imagine, only lasts a week) but also retracted. As of her last writing on this subject, this effort has been futile; you can read about it here.
Perhaps it's just me, but I can't imagine a similar stonewalling occurring in a situation in which the maligned person was, say, Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton. Maybe I'm wrong, but this is a country in which a supposed news organization is taking time out of its day to fact-check comedy shows.
Hopefully I will be able to follow up with good news; in the meantime, I'd recommend checking out Ms. Ross's blog to all my readers.
Edited to add: Thanks a lot, Blogspot, for the way you shortened the title in the URL.