I've been told that NPR's web site has crashed.
I've also been told that you can't get through to their ombudsman via e-mail.
And I've been told that their phone lines in Washington are also down.
They're flooded -- flooded -- with protests over the idiotic firing of Juan Williams.
But this doesn't mean that you still can't protest.
Here's what to do: Call or write or e-mail your local NPR affiliate radio station. There's one near you.
Click here for the printable station list.
Then contact that local station and give them a piece of your mind. Do it now! You'll be glad you did.