Political correctness has, in times past, been a source of contention between people. But now, it may very well be a danger to the nation. Did political correctness contribute to the recent terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, when Sayed Farook and his wife Tasheen Malik murdered 14 and injured dozens more? The terrorists' neighbor never reported her suspicions because she feared doing so would have labeled her a racist. President Obama refuses to use the term "radical Islam," and he continues to lecture the American people not to blame all Muslims for terrorism, though there's no evidence anyone is doing that. "See something, say something" has been the guiding principle since 9/11, but saying something about what you see nowadays might come with reprimands and repercussions.
The 2016 presidential candidates are weighing in on terrorism and political correctness--from Hillary Clinton on the left to Donald Trump on the right. Of all the candidates on both sides of the aisle, which one is likely to be the answer America needs?
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