In the middle of National Review Online's Star Trek fanboy wankfest, wingnut welfare queen Mark Krikorian demonstrates the Christian compassion and respect for women that the right is famous for:
The late Gene Roddenberry's second wife, Majel Barrett (who played Nurse Chapel and Troi's mother and the voice of the ship's computer) stuck me as a professional widow, a la Coretta Scott King. And even then, more than 10 years ago, it was clear to me that George Takei (Sulu) was not the marrying kind.
Needless to say, Mrs. King's accomplishments far exceed those of Krikorian's career of racist teat-sucking. But to suggest that Mrs. King benefited from the assassination of her husband is beyond the pale even for such as pale hater as Krikorian.