As I was reading this morning I came across the following excerpt in Killing Jesus that I thought I would share in this post; in fact the excerpt is the post. At this juncture in the book Killing Jesus, O'Reilly and Dugard are providing an historical view of Julius Caesar.
What leaped off of the page at me was the last line of the passage, "One way to do this is by ensuring that popular entertainment is available to one and all, distracting them from any issues they might have about their government." Sound familiar? Something to critically to think about. I invite you to share your thoughts in the commentary section of the blog and to follow The Critical Thinker on Twitter @thinkcritical01.