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Art and Art History

Glenn Beck’s Piss Obama Pisses Off Liberal Hypocrites

November 28, 2012

Glenn Beck isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but I like him more often than not.  Like him or not, he certainly knows how to make a point in a provocative way.  He did just that on Tuesday when he responded to the latest artist to depict President Obama as Jesus Christ by submerging an Obama [...]

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Star Wars Goes Disney

November 4, 2012

Forgive me, but I’ve been assembling the pieces of 21st Century living over the last six days due to Superstorm Sandy ravaging my state of New Jersey, so I am only now, five days later, in a position to weigh in on George Lucas selling my childhood Star Wars to the Evil Empire Disney for [...]

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Jon McNaughton’s “The Forgotten Man”

September 8, 2010

I always thought that art went down hill when it stopped seeking, emphasizing, and celebrating truth.  If Jon McNaughton’s “The Forgotten Man” is any indication, art may be making a comeback. McNaughton’s opinion of Barack Obama is spot on, but the interesting question is his take on our former Presidents.  It is of course, impossible [...]

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