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When Words Become Crimes: A Novel Idea on the Hidden Danger of PC-Speak UPDATE 2020

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila When I heard the news about the Associated Press’ new woke rules for their style manual, it reminded me of my post, below, from 2018. It seems the AP’s “contribution” to the politics du jour is to … Continue reading

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When Words Become Crimes: A Novel Idea on the Hidden Danger of PC-Speak

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila A NOVEL FOR THEN, NOW, AND ALWAYS Then A literary gem that stays on my top shelf of go-to’s for both inspiration and insight–as well as grins–is a delightful little novel by Mark Dunn called Ella Minnow … Continue reading

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