The Iron-Fisted Tyranny of Political Correctness

May 6, 2017 by

by Regis Nicoll, Crisis Magazine: In the span of a few years, the dictatorship of relativism has given way to the tyranny of political correctness. Under the first regime, universal truth was supplanted by personal truth; under the current one, it is exchanged for outright falsehood. Consider the...

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Dear God, Tim can’t take your calls any more — he’s got five seats to win

Apr 30, 2017 by

by Rod Liddle, Sunday Times:   […] Oh please God save us from this new generation of people, from their suffocating tolerance, their stifling certitude, their implacable self-righteousness, their totalitarian liberality, their mimsy authoritarianism. {Isle of Wight MP] Turner had made...

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In this election, Christians should deploy the power of the cross

Apr 26, 2017 by

by Paul Goodman, Conservative Home: ConservativeHome sheds no tears for the martyrdom of St Tim of Westmorland, not least because it didn’t, in the final event, actually take place.  Farron yesterday said that he doesn’t believe gay sex is a sin, after all – thereby offering his pinch of incense...

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The cruel hounding of Tim Farron is bloodsport for secularists

Apr 26, 2017 by

by Stephen Daisley, Spectator: For the benefit of Sky News, standard Christian doctrine says gay sex is a sin. It’s the sin that gives sinning a good name. There ought to be a stewards’ inquiry into why it didn’t make it into the Ten Commandments. But, yes, it’s one of those trespasses we ask to...

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Identity politics means some are more equal than others

Apr 22, 2017 by

by David Kurten, TCW: In the topsy turvy world of identity politics, it seems that not a week goes by without a new class of victim being identified. This week it is the turn of left-handed people. Apparently, the world is structured for right-handed people who need to check their privilege, and...

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The war on intellectual freedom

Apr 20, 2017 by

by Denyse O’Leary, MercatorNet: How political correctness morphed into a monster. Fifty years is a long time. In 1964 University of California students were barred from distributing flyers about major issues of the day, including the civil rights struggle. The resulting protests kicked off...

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