Publisher description for Muzzled : from T-ball to terrorism : true stories that should be fiction / Michael Smerconish.
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Sick of the total BS of rampant PC? Well, this brazen, furiously funny book is the antidote to today's poison of political correctness. With humor and chutzpah, attorney, commentator, and popular radio host Michael Smerconish takes on today's oversensitive culture with a collection of entertaining, outlandish anecdotes about PC gone wild-stories that are hilarious, horrifying, and unbelievably true.
Why are sports leagues handing out trophies to losers? Why are little old grandmas hired to guard 200-pound prisoners? Why are newborn babies and old men with walkers singled out at the airport while likely terrorists are ushered through security with ease?
This book shows, through these absurdities, that today's atmosphere of censorship and multiculturalism is paving the way for serious threats to our cultural identity and national security: "It's one thing for the forces of political correctness to muzzle our day-to-day lives here at home in the US, quite another when that same cancer metastasizes into the war on terror."
We must eradicate the PC disease, says Smerconish. Our sanity-and our very lives-depend on it.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Social problems -- United States.
Political correctness -- United States.
Culture conflict -- United States.