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Is There an American Mythology?

This last weekend I had the pleasure of hearing an esteemed and wizened professor make the bold assertion that we in America live in a myth-less society today. 1,311 more words


Hate speech, revisited

I have written many times about “hate speech” tracing its origins to the liberal establishment which had several big reasons to institutionalize the demand for politeness: 1. 590 more words

Political Correctness

We Started That Way.

I don’t talk about race relations a lot because I don’t know that it is my place, and I don’t know if there is a way to do it without me coming off seeming racist. 1,333 more words


Image Reinvents the Mississippi

When one thinks of the Mississippi River it is evocative of many things.  Some will think of the cities along the river which have given rise to so much southern culture.   613 more words


Manifest Destiny 15 (June 2015)

I figured out what’s wrong with Dingess’s writing. He can’t do the scenes. It’s like he’s got an amazing outline–he can do the plot, he can do the dialogue, he can even do the narration (most of it)–but he can’t do actual scenes. 130 more words


Preview: Manifest Destiny #15

Manifest Destiny #15

Story By: Chris Dingess
Art By: Matthew Roberts
Art By: Owen Gieni
Cover By: Matthew Roberts
Cover By: Owen Gieni
Price: $2.99… 62 more words


Review: Manifest Destiny # 15

There is something about Manifest Destiny which defies a certain amount of logic.  Although it is ostensibly a semi-historical story about the Lewis and Clark expedition into the American interior, it is also re-imagined with the this wilderness being full of crazy creatures, zombie inducing plants and structures that look suspiciously like the St. 328 more words