Removing one stereotypical character would suggest a politicized process of choosing ‘acceptable’ groups to satirize.
The left’s ‘point-and-shriek’ tactics do little to foster civil discourse. Lindy West’s new column in the New York Times is a good example of that.
In this climate, we can expect provocations and should be prepared for what police call ‘the crazy factor.’
Donald Trump is a man bred for this moment.
Donald Trump’s insistence that his campaign is a crusade against political correctness appears to be hurting the brand of the anti-PC movement.
My generation supports speech policing. In a liberal household, I was taught the opposite.
I’ve been watching you with this guy Donald for a while now, and I’m concerned.
Let ideas, debate, and freedom bloom.
Jonathan Chait says PC language policing perverts liberalism. He’s wrong. Liberalism depends on the language police, as Chait himself proves.
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