Just in case you haven’t seen this video, it’s worth taking a look and sharing it with your favorite low information voter, many of whom are clearly wasting their time and money getting what they think is an honest education.

Dissecting Political Correctness

By Stella Morabito. This article was originally posted at The Public Discourse. It’s a brilliant piece that I believe sets the tone for everything I hope to achieve on SnoopingAnthropologist.com. Enjoy!

To resist the manipulative forces of political correctness, we must speak out and overcome the social isolation that breeds silence. Victory in the war of ideas often hinges more on the conditions of battle than on the quality of arguments. You know this instinctively if you’ve ever been shouted down, smeared, or ignored when you were simply trying to state a point. Truly civil public discourse becomes much harder when our dialogue is hijacked by thought policing—euphemistically referred to as “political correctness,” or PC.

No Free Speech Ahead

Political correctness has cultivated an illusion of support for laws that undermine fundamental institutions of society, including marriage and family. The only way to dispel this illusion, and to reverse the damage these laws will do, is to revive true civil discourse. To do this, we must motivate ourselves and others to overcome the reticence to speak our minds. It is a process that has to begin one-on-one and face-to-face. As people feel less alone in their views, they will be more inclined to speak out.

Political correctness feeds on the fear of speaking views that diverge from PC “truth.” Although the primary forces behind political correctness are those who develop and convey ideas—college professors and administrators, Hollywood producers and directors, celebrities, mainstream news anchors, and so on—we all perpetuate political correctness when we succumb to the fear of contradicting PC “truth.”

Read more at The Public Discourse.

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Racist Totalitarians Rope Captain America Star Back to the Plantation

By Kipp Jones. Originally published as “Anthony Mackie Walks Back Trump Endorsement in Face of Backlash” at Breitbart.

In the face of a racially charged social media backlash, Captain America actor Anthony Mackie has walked back his endorsement of Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.

Captain America Actor Anthony Mackie

“Trump’s an easy sell,” Mackie told BET Monday. “When you look at Trump, he’s an easy sell because you can sell him as the guy who worked his way up from nothing. And I think if you’re a ‘pull yourself up by your bootstraps’ candidate, people would identify with that.”

When asked if his comments were an endorsement of Trump, the actor added: “I’m on the bandwagon. I’m drinking the Kool-Aid!”

The comments were made during a promotional interview with BET for Mackie’s new film Our Brand Is Crisis.

BET’s Moriba Cummings published the Mackie interview at 10:50am ET Monday, commenting, “Well, alright then,” presumably a swipe at the actor’s support of Trump.

By the time the interview had made its rounds online and on social media, Anthony Mackie was trending on Twitter, and was the worst person in the world in the eyes of a political Left.

“Anthony Mackie always looks like he’d love to get called a ni—er in a Quentin Tarantino movie,” wrote Ira Madison, staff editor for New York Magazine.

Read More at Breitbart