I went to an all-white high school in the Mississippi Delta.
After that, I majored in engineering at Mississippi State University,
where a good percentage of my professors still had 1950's crew
cuts. As an engineer, I worked in factories and plants and constructions
sites, and now I run my own small-business. If I've had some sort of
liberal indoctrination, I would like somebody to explain to me how and
when it happened.
The books I read growing up weren't "liberal revisionist
history." In fact, the books I read could be described as the
classics of the English language: Gibbon's "The Decline and Fall of
The Roman Empire," Sir Winston Churchill's "A History of the
English Speaking Peoples," George Orwell's "Animal Farm,"
The King James Version of the Bible, etc.
Right now the US has the lowest education level of all the
industrialized Western nations. It is no coincidence that we are
also the only one of these nations to be debating the reality of Global
Warming or whether or not to teach basic evolutionary science in our schools. It is
no coincidence that we elect politicians based on their views on abortion
and gay marriage without any regard to their other policies. It is
no coincidence that our government is completely controlled by large
Here are some pages with political art:
Relic of Hope and Joy
Vague Memories of the Arctic