Friday, February 3, 2017

Are all Vets Heroes?

Or does throwing that term around too casually serve a different purpose, besides undermining those truly heroic who served in the ranks?

Is your local library wittingly or unwittingly contributing to the potential problem by carrying books like these?$002f$002fSD_ILS$002f0$002fSD_ILS:464189/ada?qu=Hero&qf=ITEMCAT2%09Audience%091%3AJUVENILE%09Juvenile

Is there a children's book that could reinforce the message in this book, which explores the value of progagandizing children to accomplish the war goals of the state?  The War for Peace starts young and locally.


  1. Americans don't worship the Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, no they think He's a pussy. Who American's worship is Ares the God of War, now he's a real god, so long as he doesn't allow Merica to fall, cause then Americans would have to "Call on Jesus" to bail them out.

    1. Here is a book by a fellow Hoosier that reinforces the notion of who and who is not worshipped: