By Alan Korwin
PHOENIX, AZ --(Ammoland.com)- Because even the image of a gun is disturbing to a tax-funded Illinois school principal, Theresa Nolan, she wants to censor the image and “use a logo of anything but a gun”.
“The amount of actual information on the subject of guns or the Bill of Rights leaking into her school’s curriculum and her students’ skulls is probably below zero, if she can’t even put up a no-guns-allowed sign out of such dire dread,” said one person who refused to be identified.
No charges have been brought against the principal.(~ I am being sarcastic.)
Such censorship and intolerance is frequently but incorrectly labeled political correctness. It is actually cultural Marxism, a political policy implemented through social means, designed to suppress or control speech and thought, leading to actual suppression through quasi-legal enforcement by police and courts.
Hate-crime laws, campus speech codes and so-called social-justice policies are the growing judicial end of cultural Marxism in America.
You should always call out cultural Marxism when you see it — don’t scoff by mislabeling it PC, that only helps it grow.
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