Is Dana Perino The Covergirl Of Politically Correct Republicanism?
On The Five, Dana Perino suggested that professional athletics associations ought to finance a public relations effort (also commonly referred to as a propaganda campaign) urging inner city youth to respect and comply with law enforcement.
There is nothing wrong with such a message.
However, even if these enterprises have these funds at their disposal, they are not obligated to provide such outreach.
They are not a church or a related kind of philanthropic organization.
The responsibility of such is to provide entertainment.
As a multimillionaire in her own right, why doesn't Dana Perino finance such cultural conditioning?
Regarding the principal fired for posting online for suggesting that the police officer at the pool party didn't really do anything wrong, Dana Perino on the Five suggested that those kinds of comments should perhaps have been said around the dinner table and not enunciated publicly.
But doesn't this degree of self censorship plant the seeds of a regime where one will eventually be carted off to a reeducation camp for precisely verbalizing these errant thoughts in the privacy of one's own home?
Frederick Meekins is an independent theologian and social critic. Frederick holds a BS in Political Science/History, a MA in Apologetics/Christian Philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary, and a PhD. in Christian Apologetics from Newburgh Theological Seminary.