In the midst of the presidential election, the Washington Post published a piece titled, Which is more important: A president’s legacy or the legacy of his administration?
The answer is, both.
It’s important to note that, in this article, the article focuses solely on the political science side of the political equation.
However, there is a much broader political and cultural impact of the Trump administration that could not be measured or measured in this piece.
This article is an attempt to measure political correctness, political fact check and political correctness definitions in a single list, with an eye toward what this means for the future.
The Post article is titled, What is political correctness?
and is a part of a larger series, How Does Political Correctness Work?, which also examines the political context surrounding political correctness.
One of the defining characteristics of political correctness is the tendency to suppress and censor speech that is deemed offensive, hurtful, or hurtful to minorities or those who are historically oppressed.
Political correctness has become so pervasive that even the term “political correctness” has been adopted as a euphemism for a set of political rules that are used to restrict or silence speech that does not conform to the prevailing social and political consensus.
Political correctness can be found across a range of issues, including race relations, climate change, sexual harassment, gender equality, health care, religion, and many others.
The most common definition is that political correctness stems from the political left wing of the Democratic Party, the Progressive Left.
“There is a clear and present danger in this current political climate that the Trump presidency and its attendant political correctness will become the new normal, and that those in positions of power who continue to seek to impose the social norms of the left will continue to enjoy political control of government,” said John F. Cogan, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute.
“Political correctness, as it exists today, is inextricably tied to the progressive left and the left wing’s belief that they can dictate to us the terms of our lives, our lives and our society.”
The political correctness concept can be traced to the 1930s, when the United States government attempted to regulate sexual behavior and to ensure that men and women were not segregated from each other in schools and workplaces.
According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, political correctness was defined as “the practice of attempting to impose a social norm or standard on a group of people and thus limiting their freedom of association or expression.”
The definition is widely used in schools today, particularly among young students.
When applied to social issues, the term has been applied to various social justice causes, such as equal rights for women and minorities, equal rights in the workplace, and the treatment of transgender individuals.
A study published in the American Sociological Review found that a large majority of college students, over 75 percent, agreed that political incorrectness was a problem in their schools.
In a survey conducted by the National Coalition of Anti-Defamation League, over 70 percent of respondents agreed that “political correct” was a bad word, while 43 percent of college professors agreed.
At the heart of this issue is the idea that a person’s political viewpoints or beliefs can dictate their everyday behavior, and as such, political incorrects are often treated as a form of mental illness.
In many instances, these definitions of political incorrect are simply incorrect.
In other instances, the definitions have been applied with little or no regard to the fact that their application may be problematic or even harmful to the people they are intended to protect.
For example, a report released by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) states that the definition of political correct applies to the Muslim community.
The report stated that while some members of the Muslim American community believe that they are being politically correct, the actual language of the report includes references to Muslim leaders who support violence and terrorism.
Furthermore, the definition is applied to those who disagree with a specific point of view.
For instance, some conservatives believe that Islam is a religion of peace.
The conservative movement has been criticized for its tendency to marginalize conservative views.
For some, this has led to the term being used to describe a person who opposes conservative political viewpoints.
The term “conservative” can also be used to indicate that people are conservative because of their religious beliefs.
Many of the definitions of what constitutes political correctness also apply to non-political issues.
In the case of the recent controversy surrounding the White House, for example, the liberal media and the liberal establishment were quick to point out that the administration was using the term to describe its new policy regarding the Muslim ban.
In fact, the administration said the phrase “the first time the president uses the term ‘political correctness’ in reference to his executive order on immigration, the press released a tweet with the hashtag “#WhiteHouseTheFirstTime.
“The problem with this