Thursday, November 27, 2014

The New Yorker Frames It For The State

By Chris Rossini

Here's next week's cover of The New Yorker:

To begin with, readers need to know that the image is of St. Louis.

Since everything is The State and nothing is outside of The State, the illustrator depicts a giant state boondoggle (i.e., monument) with a government shrine located underneath, front and center.

As we all know, in the St. Louis area, **a government employee** recently shot and killed an unarmed teenager.

The New Yorker does not create a cover depicting Government Employees vs. The Serfs.

Instead, the mouthpiece rag goes with Black People vs. White People.

At a $6.99 price tag, you're better off using your depreciated dollars to buy a Yo-Yo.

Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter. 

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