The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (no idea that even existed before today) has filed suit against a Wisconsin company saying it violated the Civil Rights Act by firing employees for not be able to speak English while on the job. The EEOC says that English isn't required for the job that was being performed. The company says the suit is without merit. What do you think? Should an American company be allowed to require at least some form of fluency in English if they so choose without threat of suit?