Amid the fury over the ex-Heritage staffer's work the question to ask is: was he right?
Political correctness began as a reasonable adjustment of manners, but as an ideology, it corrupts language and dulls thought
Cant, n. The expression or repetition of conventional, trite, or unconsidered ideas, opinions or sentiments; especially: the insincere use of pious phraseology My household favors the brand of iced tea that has little believe-it-or-not factlets printed on the inside of the bottle caps. The other day, my son opened a bottle of this stuff, turned... Read More
The evidence is clear — but often ignored