“The propagandist’s purpose is to make one set of people forget that certain other sets of people are human. By robbing them of their personality, he puts them outside the pale of moral obligation.”
(Aldous Huxley, The Olive Tree, 1937)
It’s nice to know that in a contemporary art world filled with posers, pretense and brazen commodification, one can still come across works of genuine beauty and power.
We May Be Needing You Later.
Are you look for a moral and patriotic book for a child in your life? Of course you are! Look no further than the heartwarming children’s book My Parents Open Carry.
The family that shoots together stays together!
“A new world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.”
(Arundhati Roy, Indian writer and activist)
We never run out of ideas!
The authentic NASA recording between mission control and the first man on the moon. Discovered and enhanced by the technicians at the Evolution Control Committee.
Kurt Vonnegut’s novel Slaugherhouse Five considers Tralfamadorians, time travel and the 1945 firebombing of Dresden, Germany, which killed tens of thousands of civilians. Vonnegut was there as a POW. He saw the aftermath of the bombing, an episode that might be said to have altered his comic perspective. Hear him read an excerpt from the book below.
“I would call our diplomacy quiet and effective diplomacy — diplomacy all aimed at helping people, aimed at elevating the human condition, aimed at expressing the great compassion of the American people.”
(President George W. Bush, Uruguay, March 11, 2007)
So often artists don’t care about the world. But once in a great while, someone special arises that transfixes us with their art, their heart and their soaring vision.
That someone is Kid Rock. Brilliant writer, singer, patriot, poet, his latest masterwork is for the American National Guard. It may quite possible be the most powerful work of art in all history.
Just watch the video. When he sings, “If you ain’t gonna fight, get out of the way. Cause freedom ain’t so free, when you breathe red, white and blue,” it’s impossible not to get chills.