Some inequality is inevitable in any society – but how much inequality can a society take, when it starts to undermine the basic values of that society? Download the latest CITIZENS CREATIVE brochure by clicking the link below.
An essay involving mortality, roller coasters, and the Challengers of the Unknown, written sometime after 9/11. May provide some useful perspective. Download the PDF by clicking the link below.
The next pamphlet in the Citizens Creative Pamphlet Series addresses a serious civic question: should citizens be forced to pay for government activities that violate their moral beliefs? And should one group be able to enjoy a freedom without it being enjoyed by all?
Download the PDF of “RELIGIOUS FREEDOM, RELIGIOUS FAIRNESS” by clicking on the link below.
In a followup to “Excerpts from the Anticalypse of Sebastian of Appalachia,” two more pieces on the subject of the End Times:
- (a prophecy) – in which the rapture does not live up to its advance billing
- the resurrection of the data – yes, all of it, including that selfie you deleted
To access the pamphlet, click the link below.
There is a resurgent interest in civics education. Can you answer these simple questions… about the way your government really works?
Click the link below to download the new CITIZENS CREATIVE pamphlet, “Alternative Citizenship Test.”
Two short text pieces – “The Four Horsewomen” and “The Rider with the Red Nose” – give a different twist to the events of the End Times. Click the link below to download the PDF of “Excerpts from the Anticalypse of Sebastian of Appalachia.”