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How PC Police Ensnare Sports Figures

AP

What do television sports announcer Brent Musburger, world-class golfer Phil Mickelson, and yours truly have in common? We’ve all had pointed encounters with political correctness—the efforts by zealots on the left to discomfit and intimidate, if not censor and silence, those who utter ideas that depart from their ideological orthodoxy.

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