Latest Political correctness Stories

2014-02-26 23:33:18

PSA will present the award to BLU-129B Team during the Precision Strike Annual Review (PSAR-14), March 18-19, 2014, at the Waterford at Springfield Conference/Convention Center in Springfield, VA. Arlington, VA (PRWEB) February 26, 2014 Precision Strike Association (PSA) is pleased to announce that BLU-129B Team has won its William J. Perry Award. The award – the the18th annual of its kind – will be presented at PSA’s Annual Precision Strike Annual Review (PSAR-14), March 18-19,...

2012-07-09 23:00:11

Leading education micro- bloggers dressing up and “looking forward” to connecting and being recognized at the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences´ celebration of the education village. Los Angeles, CA. (PRWEB) July 09, 2012 Today the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences announced that the first National Education Tweetup has attracted some of the most influential micro-bloggers in the field of education. The list includes prominent online thought leaders like Harvard...

2009-11-20 07:10:00

MIAMI, Nov. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- As more red flags are uncovered about the Fort Hood tragedy, some observers allege that political correctness played a significant role in enabling this to happen. Has public concern over political correctness grown from its well-intentioned origin of inclusion and acceptance into a dangerous unwillingness to acknowledge obvious patterns of toxic behavior? Psychiatrist, physician, speaker, and author Dr. Gaby Cora asserts that dangerous behavior in a work...

2008-09-28 12:00:15

For years, I have reported on many cases of college and university administrators infected with "political correctness," punishing students and faculty members as if there were a constitutional right not to be offended. I have now found the most outrageous case of all. At Brandeis University in Massachusetts, professor Donald Hindley -- on the faculty for 48 years -- teaches a course on Latin American politics. Last fall, he described how Mexican migrants to the United States used to be...

2005-12-18 08:57:04

By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ebenezer Scrooge would enjoy Christmas in America this year. Drowning out the sounds of sleigh bells ringing and children singing are the sounds of arguing. At issue is how to greet people, how to decorate main street and how to sell gifts -- all without offending someone. Religious conservatives are threatening lawsuits and boycotts to insist that store clerks and advertisements say "Merry Christmas." Countering are those who argue they are...

2005-12-15 19:35:42

By Arthur Spiegelman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Refugee was named word of the year on Thursday by a language monitoring group that cited the political storm it created when used to describe the hundreds of thousands in New Orleans who fled Hurricane Katrina. The nonprofit Global Language Monitor named refugee to top its annual list. It was followed by tsunami, Katrina, pope and "Chinglish," which describes the "new second language of China." "Out of the Mainstream" was named phrase of...

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