The most notorious example would be the pro-choice advocates referring to pro-life supporters as "anti-choice". Next came the governments concern for a "right-wing extremists" uprising. These past weeks I have seen a new phrase pop up with more frequency in these liberal media outlets... "foe". [example: gay marriage foes]
This word was picked very intentionally. While Websters defines "foe" as someone who opposes on principle it also has the more obvious and familiar definition of one who is an enemy [enemy of war] and one who has enmity for another.
Words can be wielded like a sword; ask any one whose suffered verbal abuse, lived through the Holocaust, or escaped communist Cuba, as my abuelita's husband did...unfortunately we can't ask the unborn.
The verbiage here, folks, is cause for a deep concern. You have one group of people [media/government] trying to sway another group of peoples [the general populace] against another [Christians].
Words like "foe", "anti-", and "extremist" are used for the sole purpose of demonizing individuals with any views in direct opposition of their agenda. Once we are demonized and the general population has developed a proper hatred for "dissenters" it makes their job of persecution so much more seemly... almost justified.