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New Ban on Sexist Terms

Just when you think politics could not get any stranger, up pops another gaggle of giggles. I have lived through much tragedy and comedy, both personal and political, but this latest gambit on the part of the ultra left-wing astounds me. 434 more words

Language & Writing

Ban The Words List

In the spirit of banning things for petty reasons, it has been proposed by the interstate council of people who have phones that the Banished Words List be, itself, banned. 305 more words


News Service Bans Oxford University Press for Refusing to Bring Home to the Bacon

Junction City, Texas, March 3, 2015, Star-Gazer News Service – The words “Oxford,” and “Oxford University Press (OUP)” have been banned from Star-Gazer newspapers and news sites to avoid offending intelligent people. 308 more words


Things That Made Me Go, "Hmm..." - Week 17

This week’s post will be both fun and educational! (Who said learning can’t be fun? Clearly, that person is/was a dumbass…)


Al Jazeera English Goes in For Political Correctness: Bans terms 'terrorist', 'Islamist', 'extremism'

By Todd Starnes

In the wake of Tuesday’s attack on the Corinthia Hotel in Libya, an Al Jazeera English executive reportedly sent an e-mail to employees banning the use of terms including “terrorists,” “extremism,” and “Islamist.” 139 more words

Texas Town Now Crime Free

Junction City, TX, January 17, 2015, Star-Gazer News Service–Junction City is now the first crime free town in the nation thanks to a sweeping set of new ordinances passed by the city council and signed by Mayor Clark Trail. 349 more words

Jock Stewart

List: Please Save 'Knavery,' 'Flapdoodle' And 'Rapscallion'

DETROIT (AP) – As a new year dawns, a Detroit university wants to bring worthy words back from the brink.

Knavery, you say? Well the word for “a roguish or mischievous act” is among 10 phrases that comprise Wayne State University’s annual Word Warriors list. 87 more words