Time we reformed community jargon

There are three words whose use cries out for a moratorium. In order for political discourse to remain refreshed, invigorating and relevant, the lexicon must occasionally be shaken down and rid of buzzwords that have lost their buzz and become loaded with ulterior meanings.

by Sukhvinder Stubbs

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