Not really - at least not in public discourse.
Almost everybody reading this blog is politically correct - and this means you, gentle reader.
Especially if you are not a religious realist, who sees life as primarily a matter of salvation, then you are PC - or rather, if you reflect and probe your underpinning belief systems you will find that PC is where your ideology is tending - in theory and also in practice.
This is because we intellectuals (and if your are reading this you are an intellectual) live in a discourse of political correctness; and the higher we get the stronger and more pervasive this becomes.
At the highest level of status, power and influence in public discourse, PC is universal. There are no exceptions - not even The Pope is exempt.
That is a measure of the power and pervasiveness of political correctness.
Has there ever before been an ideology with this international scope and strength?
Of course many people imagine that they are opposed to political correctness, but in reality they are just PC-moderates made uneasy or amused by the PC-avant garde: yet ten years down the line and they will be saying the same things themselves, and vilifying those who disagree.
So, if you want to be non-PC then you need to make sacrifices; and you will be (more or less) on your own.
Being non-PC is not, therefore, a matter of building a political movement; it is a matter of personal salvation - done because you ought to do it, not with hope of changing the world.
Hence it is fraught with its own hazards: of going off the rails due to lack of objective guidance; and worst of all the sin of spiritual pride (of 'prelest' as Russian Orthodox call it).
However, lacking any non-PC support network, there is not really any alternative.
So, how to stay on the rails, lacking public support - and indeed in the face of almost monolithically hostile pro-PC discourse?
In the face of a world view based upon deep premises which cannot be challenged but which lead inexorably to PC?
Well, the answer is simple albeit variable between individuals, but has the same general character - a mixture of avoiding (as much as possible) participation in the mass media, and the PC discourse of high level modern functionality; combined with immersion in non-PC discourse (which will necessarily mostly be written, and from the past).
Of course tradition is borne not by the written word but by interpretation, by humans.
On that basis we haven't got a chance, since the tradition is broken and there are no non-PC spiritual advisers whom we know-of.
But then there is the hope of external help, from outside of the human world, by praying for the grace to understand.
Ultimately, that is what we must rely upon.