Virtuous Arguments:To say that the state that is current of discourse is abysmal appears self-evident.

Virtuous Arguments:To say that the state that is current of discourse is abysmal appears self-evident.

The Rush Limbaugh debate as well as other samples of governmental incivility point out the necessity for the type of instruction available in numerous first-year writing courses, writes John Duffy.

Of the many terms that could be put on Rush Limbaugh’s comments that are recent Georgetown University legislation pupil Sandra Fluke — “vile,” “misogynistic” and “repulsive” come to mind — one word that features room into the conversation is “shock.” Limbaugh has produced phenomenally profitable job of these commentary, mocking ladies, minorities, and many more with gleeful impunity. Continue reading “Virtuous Arguments:To say that the state that is current of discourse is abysmal appears self-evident.”