In the 21st century, as we face Islamist terrorism abroad and when public discourse at home often seems dominated by religious conservatism on the right and politically
correct pieties on the left, Rand's message of reason and liberty, if it's stripped of its odder features, could be a rallying point for what the neo-Objectivist philosopher David Kelley, who runs the Objectivist Center, calls "Enlightenment-based values.
And of course our politically
correct, gay-approving media did its best to cover up this fact.
Such tax audits and prosecution were widely interpreted, albeit not officially, as a politically
To be politically
correct, in his argument, was to understand the new project of self-governance properly.
If an accusation is politically
motivated or a vendetta, does that somehow weaken the case?
Though disparaging the use of words such as retarded and queer as a matter of civility and seeking to replace them with others, defenders of politically
correct language allege that the very notion of political correctness is a myth--an invention of the critics of the so-called "progressive" program, designed to discredit the critics' opponents without proper argument.
Interpol have their own criteria to judge, that is, to not be politically
But now the politically
incorrect killjoys want to stop us doing even that.
The columnist stressed the importance of allowing the Lebanese people to relax after having been politically
mobilized for the past five years.
There must be 500 golf clubs over there that won't even let you down the drive if you don't fit in" Golf commentator Peter Alliss "Those politically
correct whingers who complain that the Prince of Wales, fully in line with his constitutional rights and duties, wrote to eight Government departments over three years, are proving him right yet again" Historian Andrew Roberts on the Prince of Wales' complaint about politically
correct interference "I personally find going to theatre is enjoyable about one time in 20, and the other 19 you're just going 'Oh, come on.
When opening a transaction account and filing in an inquiry form, bank clients have to answer the question of whether they are politically
Incorrect Guide to The Great Depression and the New Deal