When I was given the task of ordering audiobooks for the library, I was told by the reference department manager that I had to be fair and had to give equal shelf space to all sides of the political spectrum. I was actually insulted that my manager thought she needed to warn me about such a thing, that she thought I would attempt to censor (by omission) certain books or authors because they weren't "right-wing" or because they didn't fall in line with my own beliefs. My selections have always been based on what audiobooks will circulate and what interests our patrons. I may not have liked having to order Obama's Dreams of My Father but, by golly, I did it anyway because that's my job.
But tonight I found out that our library only owns an audiobook copy of Michelle Malkin's Culture of Corruption. We do not own a hard cover edition, despite it being on the NYT Best Seller's list for the third week in a row.
I'll give you one guess as to why.