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This is the grave of George Creel. Born in 1876 in Lafayette County, Missouri, Creel grew up in a downwardly mobile family. His father was a college educated Virginia near-elite, former state legislator, and an officer in the War to Defend Slavery. He moved to Missouri after the treason was crushed, bought a farm, but […]

Nazi Propaganda Art

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On February 10, 2021

This is just downright fascinating. In the final days of the Second World War, a train loaded with relics of the collapsing Third Reich was speeding toward the Czech border when American pilots, flyin

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With Kellyanne “Bowling Green Massacre” Conway on videotape violating ethic rules, it was Stephen Miller’s chance to do his best Joseph Goebbels impression on the Sunday talk shows. He did not disappoint. In the clip below, provided by Bradd Jeffrey, Miller simply lies. Nonstop. He argues that voters bussed in from Massachusetts cost Tump and Ayotte victories […]
October is over. That means the merciful end of pumpkin beer season, thank higher powers that may or may not exist. It also means the end of daylight savings, which is bad but I’ll take the deal if I don’t see any more pumpkin beer. It also ushers in “National Conversation on How to Make […]

Shooting Range

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On March 29, 2014

Bspencer’s post about animated films reminded me of the great and utterly bizarre Vladimir Tarasov 1979 animated film Shooting Range. Part of the superb Animated Soviet Propaganda DVD set, Taras

For Dennis Rodman

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On February 27, 2013
In honor of Dennis Rodman’s trip to North Korea, I thought a North Korean propaganda cartoon was in order. There’s no subtitles, but like you really need them Among the many problems with this cartoon is that no one under the age of 30 in North Korea has ever seen an actual tree.
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