Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Wish I'd written that
by Bobby Chang
Charles Colson and Nancy Pearcey, "How Now Shall We Live?"
Take that from the turn of the century book, then modern pop music being listened by the generation protesting (see the Charlotte riots, Occupy Wall Street, and other left-wing marches) and ponder how the idea of defying authority heard in rock and rap tunes over the past 50 years has given us such lunacy of disobeying authority (note the number of police hatred in NWA's "Foxtrot the Police" and Tracey Darrow's "Cop Killer," and the famed Time Warner shareholders meeting where Charlton Heston protested Mr. Darrow by reading in front of the Board of Directors for the company the ditty whose title is too lewd to publish.
Do you see a pattern based on what Mr. Colson (now deceased) and Mrs. Pearcey wrote a generation ago?