Wednesday morning's edition of "Fox & Friends," the show featuring a panel of the racist, modern day equivalent of townspeople from "Footloose," featured a segment on a Wisconsin high school that is forcing its World History students to learn about the everyday experience of Muslim Americans. (Islam is, by the way, the second largest religion in the world, so it probably deserves some attention.)
"I wonder if any of the kids who took that assignment... actually wrote down, for instance, what Sharia law is and what's involved in that? And if they did, I wonder what their grades were," mused Steve Doocy.
"And was the same assignment available for other religions as well?" asked Elisabeth Hasselbeck.
"Maybe you think this is a great idea and will give people a sense of tolerance," Brian Kilmeade concluded, "or maybe you don't and you agree with me."
Watch the clip below, courtesy of Media Matters: