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5 Children’s Books To Confuse Your Child Into Patriotism


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In each book, the author insists that none of this is borne out of irrational paranoia. “Some people prepare because they are afraid,” Pete says. “Our family does not have to be afraid, because we are prepared.” See? Why would kids fear the inevitable collapse of society when they can rest easy knowing they’ve stockpiled enough ammunition to gun down the hordes of starving looters that are absolutely coming?

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An Island Called Liberty Teaches Kids About The Dangers Of Regulation

Every parent dreads the day when their toddler comes to them and asks, “Mommy, what effect does government taxation and over-regulation have on the free market economy?” Well, now there is a book that halfheartedly provides the answer.


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An Island Called Liberty tells the story of an isolated free market paradise that is reduced to ruin by government regulation. It’s written in verse, which in this case means the poetry fights to form basic rhymes at all costs, often at the expense of structure, meter, and comprehensibility. The illustrations look like the author threw a handful of blank pages at a three-year-old and said, “Draw your own goddamn pictures, you little shit. What did you expect, some kind of handout?”

Once again, it starts innocently enough: