If propaganda is a reality devoid of facts, a convincing narration which bewitches our reason, well, the bard of the wonder of colonization was doubtless, Kipling, while it was Conrad who lifted the veil that covered the embarassing truth. He resisted the charm of the sirens’ songs of his age and in a voyage down…
— Read on etinkerbell.wordpress.com/2018/12/15/piercing-the-veil-of-hypocrisy/
No government has ever made itself permanently wealthy through the plunder of its people—which destroys not just the productive capacity of a country but also its moral foundations… (essay by Bradley Birzer)
— Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2018/12/edmund-burke-revolutionary-armies-taxes-bradley-birzer.html
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— Read on tomwoods.com/im-hiring-part-time/
FULL BLEED is like Rolling Stone, the old Comics Journals, and an art book had a baby. A PRINT-ONLY 200-page hardcover “magazine,” curated and edited by IDW Publishing’s Dirk Wood and Ted Adams. By merging the best in comics, fiction, non-fiction, deep dive interviews, opinion, history, think-pieces and more, FULL BLEED is a reading experience like no other, and a beautiful addition to any bookshelf. Looking through an international lens, but filtered through the unique perspective of the IDW:PDX satellite office in Portland Oregon, FULL BLEED tackles all aspects of the creative culture, and beyond — comics, music, film, tv, fine art, photography, design, politics and more. FULL BLEED seeks total diversity: diversity in content, diversity in creator and contributor, diversity in genre. Every page turned reveals a surprise.
— Read on www.kickstarter.com/projects/41834867/full-bleed-vol-3-heavy-rotation
Given that ROLLING STONE was a horrible rag from its beginning, I’m not fond of the description of FULL BLEED as its love child, but such is life. Regardless, I love this magazine. The first two issues were fantastic–each works of art, in and of themselves, covering the full gamut of comic culture. Treat yourself to vols. 3 and 4–you won’t be disappointed. I was Kickstarter No. 3 and rather proud of it.