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Tea with the Editor: Talking political correctness and atheism

Editor Mark Gentili chats with Ashley Rooney, a member of the Centre for Inquiry Sudbury, a man who has no trouble engaging politically correct Leftists online
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Political correctness and PC-ism is all around us these days.

From Bill C-16 to stripping the names of prominent historical figures from government buildings and schools for perceived historical crimes, political correctness is changing the way we’re allowed to speak and, in some cases, how we’re supposed to think.

In the latest episode of Tea with the Editor, Mark Gentili sits down with Ashley Rooney, a member of the Centre for Inquiry Sudbury, an atheist, a champion of science and critical thinking, and an outspoken online critic of political correctness.

Sudbury.com wants to thanks Twiggs Coffee Roasters, 1332 The Kingsway, for hosting this month’s episode of Tea with the Editor. 

You can find everything you need to know about this Northern Ontario franchise on their website, Twiggs.ca.

Is there a person or a topic you would like to see discussed on Tea with the Editor? Let us know in the comments below.
 



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