Friday, March 06, 2020
TKC MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY CONSERVATIVE AUTHOR JACK CASHILL PENS CONTROVERSIAL YOUNG ADULT BOOK ABOUT BATTLE AGAINST NATURE, TERRORISTS & CHICK LIT!!!
To start the weekend, we wanted to share an interesting and provocative bit of creative work from one of Kansas City's most prolific author . . . Jack Cashill.
More than anything, we really appreciate and have great respect for his push back against "chick lit" and the hegemony of leftist art in American culture.
A great preview:
WND: Saving America's youth 1 book at a time
"Not too long ago, while doing research on a collaborative project, I came to the inescapable conclusion that the nation's educational establishment has betrayed our young men.
The betrayal begins with the books teachers assign in high school and college. These books are routinely effete, feminist, anti-Christian, socialistic and often gay.
Collectively, they do better a job of teaching a young male to be a metrosexual than to be an a man . . ."
His solution and a really great preview of his latest book:
"I recruited a writing partner, Mike McMullen, who is a skilled outdoorsmen. Although I am an Eagle Scout, I recognized that serious male fiction demands a level of authenticity beyond my experience base.
Together, we set out to write an action adventure novel that young men – men of any age – would actually want to read. That Mike has two sons in the U.S. Marines helped us define our audience.
The result is "The Hunt." In the book we tell the story of a recently widowed Army veteran who takes his adolescent sons on a character-building elk hunt to Colorado only to discover they are the ones being hunted.
The hunters are leftist anarchists in league with Muslim terrorists hell-bent on shooting the president's plane out of the sky. The incorrectness of the bad guys assures that no public high school anywhere will put the book on its reading list."
Real talk, this looks like a fantastic read and if you guys are interested we want to talk more about this book and the premise in the future.
Developing . . .