Political Correctness Definition

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Political correctness. What is political correctness? Political correctness is a noun meaning,"the avoidance, often considered as taken to extremes, of forms of expression or action that are perceived to exclude, marginalize, or insult groups of people who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against." In this world, there are many intelligent people, including politicians. In the 2016 presidential campaign there are currently 5 very intelligent candidates running for office, but some don 't really display political correctness. Our presidential candidates: Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz,and Donald trump on the Republican party, and Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders on the Democratic party, are all extremely intelligent, and have some history…show more content…
In this race you hear topics on: immigration, abortion, guns, foreign policy, taxes, health care, the economy, jobs, civil liberties, crime and safety, enviornmental issues, education, budgeting, national security, veternas, and energy. Some topics I would love to hear about would be: homelessness, debt, technology, and the youth of America. According to hudexchange.com about 610,042 people are homelss in the United States. Nearly two-thirds of people experiencing homelessness (65 percent or 394,698) were or still are living in emergency shelters or transitional housing programs. I don’t know about you, but that’s far too many. It’s terribly hard, for me to be riding in the car at a stop sign, and see a homeless person asking for money. I try to give any opportuninty I can, but what the government doing about it? Thestar.com says that housing programs have been shown acroos the U.S. to effectively and homelessness by providing immediate access to housing and support services and then providing treatment and support services. The U.S currently owes $17 Trillion dollars in debt: 2.6 trillion go to other countries, 1.1 trillion to the Caribbean Banking Center, oil exporters, and Japan, 1 trillion to Individuals, brokers, and corporations, 1.3 trillion to China, 2.1 trillion in social security and Federal Reserve, 1 tilllion in federal retirement and disabilty and the rest in military retirement, mutual funds, private, state and local government pensions, insurance, bank and credit unions, and U.S. savings bonds. If our taxes are balanced correctly to something affordable, stop spending money on unnessesary thing the debt would be paid off. In this society, technology takes over. I, myself have a share in hours using technology. Many adults say that teen and young adults spend most of their time on their devices. If we convert our time to something other than Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, and other social medias, we could produce much more. Lastly I would like to
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