BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Parents walking out on a New Jersey school board after members voted to remove all holiday names from its calendar and instead calling it days off. Here to react, Gad Saad, a Concordia University professor and author of The Parasitic Mind. Does this surprise you that it came to this in New Jersey, do you think it's going to spread?
GAD SAAD (PROFESSOR): Well, it is going to spread and it doesn't surprise me. It is part of the reflex of all sorts of totalitarian ideologues. When they come into power they need to eradicate whatever existed before. So think about the Taliban, when they come into power they blow up the Buddhist statues, so what these guys are doing is the same thing -- they'd like to create a utopia and the way we create a utopia is we destroy any markers of our cultural heritage.