NOTE: My statements are not necessarily my opinions. I often post point-counterpoint essays in which I strongly take one side of an issue and later counter that with antithetical views. This intellectual exercise helps me see the merit in opposing opinions and augments my creativity.

PC (political correctness) police links

PC police thwarting a remedy for rape

Blasting the enemies of free speech

The P.C. Police Are at it Again

The Cult of the PC Police

The PC (political correctness) police

“I am a TA at a university. My professor and I are currently in an unusual and very awkward situation, and we could use some advice...”

PC Police Win: CNN Pundit Apologizes For ‘Homophobic’ Tweets

Chalk Another One Up for the PC Police

PC Police Get Another Scalp: Brett Ratner Resigns as Academy Awards Producer

Top 10 Campus ThoughtCrimes – PC Police Attack Free Speech and Common Sense

P.C. Police vs. Mark Twain [video]

Newt, Bilingual Ed and the PC Police

PC humor

Congressman mocks PC police in Web parody [video]

PC police double standard

The Right's PC Police – by Jacob Laksin

PC police targeting children

PC Police Target Middle and High School Students

The views expressed on this page may or may not reflect my current opinions, nor do they necessarily represent my past ones. After reading a slice of what I wrote in my various websites and books, you may conclude that I am a liberal Democrat or a conservative Republican. Wrong; there is a better alternative. Just as the primary benefit from debate classes results when students present and defend opinions contrary to their own, I use a similar strategy as a creative writing tool to expand my brainpower—and yours. Mystified? Stay tuned for an explanation. PS: The wheels in your head are already turning a bit faster, aren't they?

“The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald

Reference: Imagining dialogue can boost critical thinking: Excerpt: “Examining an issue as a debate or dialogue between two sides helps people apply deeper, more sophisticated reasoning …”

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