Civility Not Political Correctness
- The state of society in which
the relations and duties of a citizen are recognized and obeyed; a state of
- Courtesy; politeness; kind
attention; good breeding; a polite act or expression.
Correctness: relating to or supporting the use of language or
conduct that deliberately avoids giving offense, e.g. on the basis of ethnic
origin or sexual orientation.
- Building an Innovative,
Globally Competitive Economy
- Training Our 21st
- With English as
our nation's common language, people from every corner of the world
have come together to build this great nation. English empowers. For
newcomers, it is the fastest route to mainstream American life,
better paying jobs, and owning a piece of the American Dream.
Furthermore, fluency in English should be the goal of bilingual
- At the same
time, mastery of other languages is important for America's
competitiveness in the world market. We advocate foreign language
training in our schools and fostering respect for other languages
and cultures throughout society.
- Summary and Call to
- As the Party of the
open door, while steadfast in our commitment to our ideals, we respect
and accept that members of our Party can have deeply held and sometimes
differing views. This diversity is a source of strength, not a sign of
weakness, and so we welcome into our ranks all who may hold differing
positions. We commit to resolve our differences with civility, trust,
and mutual respect, and to affirm the common goals and beliefs that
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