"We can pretend that [political correctness will] make a better world because we’ll all be pleasant with each other, but if you don’t know about the Nazis and who they are, then they become the hidden enemy," says Kelly Carlin (shown), daughter of the late comedian.
Over 10 Years Later, George Carlin's Comments on the American System Are as Haunting as Ever (Video)
In this stand-up routine from 2005, the late comedian and social critic explains the way our country works and why most politicians make little impact.
Milton Glaser has designed a new logo for the climate change movement to go with a set of awareness-raising buttons and the social media hashtag "itsnotwarming."
The death of comedy great George Carlin on Sunday spurred fans and fellow comics to pay tribute to the prolific and profane performer, who took aim at cultural taboos with cheeky glee and paved the way for younger generations to continue to play with stand-up, and social, conventions.