Extremism rules the day and it’s not only in politics. You can’t speak the truth anymore. It’s pure silliness, this political correctness phobia that almost makes it a crime to comment on the obvious, especially when it concerns a woman or, for that matter, a man.
Take veteran sportscaster Brent Musburger who was in the television booth for the disappointing college championship game between Alabama and Notre Dame and who made a harmless remark that ESPN later issued an apology for the broadcaster. During the telecast, as is customary, the camera zeroed in on people in the crowd, especially if the spectators have a connection with the game, such as the parents of players.
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