Andy Andrews returns to finish the conversation surrounding his best-selling book, 'How Do You Kill 11 Million People?' With history as a guide, we should demand honesty and integrity from our leaders, or suffer the consequences of our own ignorance and apathy. We can no longer measure the worth of a leader by the yardsticks provided by the left or the right. Instead, an unchanging standard is needed to evaluate our leaders: the pure, unvarnished truth. CLICK HERE to receive a free resource from Andy Andrews.
Maus is a graphic novel by Art Spiegelman, recounting his family story of the Holocaust which uses animals to represent the different people groups impacted during that horrific time in history. The banning of the book occurred on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day. This opened dialog with Tom and Tabi surrounding the topic of censorship.
Adam Holz with Plugged-In Reviews took a few moments out of his schedule to talk about the latest from the 'Ice Age' series of animated features. This one is called Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild. Possum twins Crash and Eddie head to the Lost World to reunite with an old friend in a sweet story about friendship and family. Adam also lends to the conversation surrounding censorship in light of the graphic novel which was banned by a school district in Tennessee.
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