the Queen of All Readia

the Price of Freedom

The only thing more annoying than willful ignorance is the general population’s (addiction to pretty lies and) defense of willful ignorance. Equally annoying is that most alleged Americans now believe that their (and only their) rights are granted by the Constitution. Few understand that an abridged list of rights — belonging to all — is codified in the Constitution. And the “founding fathers” didn’t do such a great job, there (for anyone but rich, white males).

We are free only to do as we’re told, and will have the leaders we deserve until we’re ready to get off our asses to do something besides look for the remote or grab another beer out of the refrigerator.


  1. ben says:

    i cant tell if you are serious or not
    if you are serious that is scary
    if you are not serious you are very funny
    i hope you are very funny

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  3. Mike says:

    You do a great impersonation of almost everyone in my family which is why I only see my family if I have to. I would send them a link but they will use your video to think they are right and smart. Yes that is how stupid they are. They would never understand “as long as it’s at someone else’s expense.” Keep up the great work and make more videos! -Mike

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  5. Mike says:

    I’m not much for commenting but your blogs great keep it up!

  6. It’s a rleeif to find someone who can explain things so well

  7. Arnold says:

    I’m joining the revolution. Keep up the excellent creative work, you will inspire thousands of women to unleash their sexy, powerful, rebellious, compassionate inner super hero. VIVA THE REVOLUTION!!!

  8. Monalisa says:

    I like your observations on vionlece in children’s stories… it’s such a fine line. When I was an art teacher, one of my students inserted a gun in his comic strip… I almost fainted dead away, until he told me about an experience his brother had, and how he was trying to show how it affected him…

  9. Ilham says:

    Selections from The Blue Fairy Book are part of my son’s literature clcirruuum this year. I just read “Beauty and the Beast” to him a couple weeks ago and I was seriously shocked at how different it was from the Disney version. I really enjoyed reading it, whether he did or not. :D