Politically Correct vs. Technically Correct (I.E. "True")
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Luke Lea writes:

As a rhetorical retort, “technically correct” might be a useful way to tag propositions for which there happens to be an abundance of supporting scientific evidence, but which are widely condemned in the media and academia as being politically incorrect. The two statements over which Larry Summers and James Watson lost their jobs, for instance, were TC if not PC.

[Comment at Unz.com]

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