As a kid, I really enjoyed my subscription to Smithsonian magazine. Then the magazine grew worse and more leftist. The last time I picked up an issue, it was indistinguishable from Newsweek. So I’m not too surprised. But an issue like this is blatant political activism by a taxpayer funded organization. It’s also an attack on the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights.
Here’s Smithsonian’s chipper press release.
For Smithsonian magazine’s December issue, Maggie Jones sits down with the founding members of March for Our Lives, to discuss how they turned a tragedy into a movement for change. The founding members of March For Our Lives were recently announced by Smithsonian magazine as recipients of the 2018 American Ingenuity Award for Youth.
In “The March for Our Lives Activists Showed Us How to Find Meaning in Tragedy,” Jones delves into how the most powerful American youth movement in decades was launched in the hours after a 19-year-old gunman armed with a semi-automatic rifle walked through the doors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, massacring 17 students and staff alike.
Read the full story from Front Page Mag
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