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On The Hunger Games

June 2, 2012



THE website Gulag Bound recently featured two interesting essays on The Hunger Games by Berit Kjos. She reviews both the book and the movie. Kjos writes:

I heard no laughter while watching The Hunger Games on opening day. Just sober silence. This teenage movie — set in a totalitarian world that supposedly replaced a broken America — shows the grim struggle for survival in a world without God, hope or meaning. The only “higher power” is a heartless government that supplies its own choice of artificial thrills and trials. And the people suffer.

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A Video Banned on Youtube

June 2, 2012

 

HERE is an outstanding video, posted at Heteroseparatist.com and made by the organization SaveCalifornia.com in response to the elevation of homosexual activist Harvey Milk to an official role model for children. Harvey Milk Day is May 22 in California schools.

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