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Some of their offerings are quite interesting, but not surprising: "Karl Marx - The Working Class Hero" and "John Brown the Martyr." Of course, our Socialist-in-Chief, featured on a t-shirt, is also available. Personally, I would have put Marx's image on the backside of the boxers since more and more Nations (the USA excepted) are "dumping" Marxist economic models.
But I've got to wonder, since they claim to believe in wealth redistribution and are opposed to capitalism, why don't they just give their products away?
(And don't forget to check out their really cool Che Guevara posters - get one for your kid's room today!)
**Update: Social Justice in the Classroom, Social Justice in publc policy. Yes, Space Cadets, there is a correlation:
"Please don’t put your faith in market forces. It’s a popular idea that Adam Smith’s invisible hand would do a better job of designing care than leaders with plans can." ~ Donald Berwick, President Obama's appointee to oversee government healthcare.
Karl Marx would certainly agree with that sentiment, now wouldn't he? And yo, Mr. Berwick, yes Adam Smith's ideas were popular - with the Founders. And, yes, many Americans still have more faith in those ideas and principles than we do "Dear Leader(s)." Good Lord, the arrogance and elitism just drips from this man. All the while these Marxists espouse a command and control economy, there are real world examples all over the globe that they don't work. But please, don't confuse them with the facts. Most of these academics have little or no real world experience. Their philosophies are the product of classrooms, cubicles, and test tubes. "If just the right people were in control, then they'd work." They refuse to learn from history which, by the way, is the subject of an upcoming post.