political correctness

Incomplete Perspectives

Are professors on college campuses romanticizing and forgetting what the Soviet Union actually was? Is there pressure for professors to change their approach on how they teach? Have we as a culture “forgotten God”? Is that discussion offered up on college campuses? Professor at Northwestern University, Gary Saul Morson joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Gender Politics For First Graders

Why is gender politics part of the curriculum for first graders? How did children in onr classroom react when their teacher told them boys and girls are not real? What is one parent doing now after her school defended this sort of “education?” Mother of two daughters at the school, Pam Buffone joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Future of Small “l” Liberalism

Are we nearing the end of small “l” liberalism? Should those on both ends of the political spectrum be critics of the political correctness movement? How do you strike the balance between regulation of content on big tech but still allow for innovation? Professor Slavoj Zizek joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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University Bubble Invading Real Life

Why should we care about who the Gen Zer’s want in political power? Is there an age problem amongst the presidential contenders? Is the small cohort of student activists on campuses getting bigger? Political science professor at Sarah Lawrence College, Sam Abrams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Kendrick Castillo: Real Man

In the era of PC-addled, Obamacare-entitled, emasculated pajama boys prancing around safe-spaced college campuses triggered to tears by their own toxicity, it’s easy to fret for America’s future.

And then we are reminded of the existence of resolute, faithful young men prepared to defend to the death the civilized against the barbaric.

Enter Kendrick Castillo.

Castillo is the young man who bum-rushed one of the shooters who opened fire on their Colorado charter school and their 1800 classmates.

Kendrick Castillo took a bullet in the chest and laid down his life to save the lives of an incalculable number of others.

“I wish he had gone and hid, but that’s not his character,” said Castillo’s father. “His character is about protecting people, helping people.”

I wish we could bottle and sell whatever it was Kendrick Castillo’s parents did to raise such a courageous young man.

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War Against White People

Has hate not been done away with but switched to the other direction? Why are young minds buying into this nonsense to take responsibility for actions they had nothing to do with? McGill University Anthropology Professor, Phillip Carl Zalzman joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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No More Free Speech At Duke University

There’s so much emphasis on attending college but does anyone pay attention to what is going on on campus? How did a professor who was ranked in the top three most popular professors on campus lose his job? Duke University Public Policy professor, Evan Charney joins Dan and Amy to explain how he got fired from Duke.

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Close To Tipping Point On College Campuses

Are college administrators to blame for letting student mobs takeover? Who is setting the tone on campus? Is there movement to change the campus culture? Political Science professor at Sarah Lawrence, Sam Abrams, joins Dan and Amy to discuss his plight at the hands of the Marxist campus mobs.

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Performative “Wokeness”

Are we all on a college campus now? How were millennials and college grads granted so much power? Do most not buy into the social justice agenda but just see it as the cost of doing business? Associate Editor at the Spectator, Toby Young joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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The Policing Of Art

Is coal miners’ “blackface” consistent with the racially offensive blackface? Should the restaurant owner in question clarify the meaning of a photo with coal miners with soot on their face so people don’t get offended? Should the greater good be the standard for acceptable artistic expression? U.S. Air Force veteran turned poet and essayist, Rashaad Thomas joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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No One Is Safe

Can anyone engage in political commentary without fear of making one misstep and being destroyed over social media? Do journalists blame the nature of the news cycle and social media instead of evaluating themselves? Why did Trump cave on border wall funding and reopen the government? When will Trump start surrounding himself with the best people? Columnist for National Review, John Fund joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Social Experiment Gone Awry In Parkland

Why don’t schools have the same protections as venues such as concerts or airports? Did political correctness bring about the tragedy in Parkland? Did a social experiment gone bad cost lives? Will the recent suspension of the Broward County Sheriff change anything? Andrew Pollack whose daughter was murdered in the Parkland school shooting joins Dan and Amy to discuss how he has been trying to right this wrong.

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What’s Worse Than Facebook?

Is government the biggest threat on the internet? Is the hysteria over social media giants overblown? Is it more important to be morally right than technically correct? Is there anyone who reaches the degree of purity to host the Oscars? Dickinson College professor, Crispin Sartwell joins Dan to discuss.

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Little White Liars

First they came for the “man-size” Kleenex tissue.

It won’t be long before they come for the Manwich—and then the Sloppy Joe entirely.

We don’t like this but we can’t stop it. Why?

80% of Americans oppose so-called “political correctness”, according to British researchers.

Racial minorities dislike it more than whites.

The young don't like it any better than the old.

With such overwhelming opposition, how does it persist?

Because people have assented to things they know to be untrue.

Complicity in the lies eliminates resistance.

The supermajority’s abdication leaves a power vacuum a band of little white liars is happy to fill.

As the British psychiatrist Theodore Dalrymple noted in comparing political correctness to communist propaganda, “To assent to obvious lies is to co-operate with evil, and in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed.

A society of emasculated liars is easy to control.”

Therein lies the purpose of political correctness: control.

Therein lies the solution: don’t be an emasculated liar.

Stand up for what you know to be true or prepare to live life forever on your knees. 


The University We Need

How is the leftist control of universities stunting the growth of constructive thought? What can be done about the current state of college universities? Should the wealthy pull their money together to fund a university to compete with the Ivy Leagues? Have conservative professors gone underground? Warren Treadgold, author of The University We Need, joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Which Team Are You On?

“Everyone wants to have a conversation until it’s time for a conversation.” Should we dispense with the formal White House invitations to championship teams? Why does the NBA seem less politicized than the NFL? Senior Writer at NBA.com, Steve Aschburner joins Dan and Amy to discuss the politicization of sports and the NBA finals.

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Identity Politics Destroying The Sciences

“The idea that females are living in a world of discrimination against them today is just preposterous.” Identity politics has already destroyed the humanities and social sciences but is STEM and our tech advantage in the world next? Manhattan Institute Senior fellow, Heather MacDonald joins Dan and Amy to explain how identity politics is harming the sciences.

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Advancing Conservatism In The Era Of Trump

Can Facebook use all their analytics to figure out how many conservative pages have been taken down compared to liberal ones? What would Buckley say about President Trump’s time in office so far? Is anyone willing to sit down with someone they completely disagree with anymore? Senior Editor at National Review, Jay Nordlinger joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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What Can And Can’t Be Debated On A College Campus

Are those who demand "equality for all" the ones who don’t want to hear anything they disagree with? Is a college campus supposed to be calm utopia or a place of dynamic, intellectual discourse? University of Pennsylvania Law Professor, Amy Wax joins Dan and Amy to discuss what she can't discuss on a college campus.

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Lottery Visa Program For The Sake Of Diversity?

Should we end the diversity lottery green card program? Are both parties culpable for this being passed into law? Should the Manhattan Islamofascist terrorist be sent to Gitmo? Does the leftist media and academia have a willful blindness to the threat of radical Islamic terrorists? If “Allahu Akbar” is used as a battle cry for death, why are some emphasizing how “beautifully” it can be used? Senior editor for Conservative Review, political commentator and author, Michelle Malkin joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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