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The Kids Are Alright

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On February 22, 2018
I’ve been blown away by the instant move toward activism and organizing by the Florida shooting survivors. Me, I’d probably be a blubbering wreck curled up in the corner of my bedroom. Their instance move toward politicizing their experience and doing everything they can to stop it from happening again is incredibly welcome, a breath […]

Annie Oakley

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On October 2, 2017

Since today has unfortunately been dominated by Americans’ obsession with guns and violence, might as well make tonight’s film perhaps the first gun scene ever placed on film, a demonstrat

Movie Violence

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On June 3, 2017

This is a pretty great essay on the contradiction between hating real life guns and loving movie guns. Psychologically, of course, this all makes sense. Penn, Peckinpah, even Porter (according to some

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Today in Republican Governance

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On February 2, 2017
There’s no question that Trump/Bannon is a unique type of horror when it comes to international relations. There’s also no question that on most issues, the real terror Americans face is not from Trump/Bannon per se but from the bog standard Republican Party. Example A: Moving to dismantle former President Barack Obama’s legacy on the […]
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The National Rifle Association, the nation’s most morally abhorrent organization and producer of vile children’s propaganda, does not actually support unlimited gun rights. It supports unlimited gun rights for white people. It’s worth remembering that the NRA was originally just a hunting rights organization and that in the 70s it was on the verge of […]
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