Capitalist Propaganda – Independence Day Edition: “No More Kings” and “Fireworks”

Posted on July 4, 2009 7:00 am

From 1975, the Schoolhouse Rock episode, “No More Kings”:

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From 1976, the Schoolhouse Rock episode “Fireworks”:

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Happy Independence Day!

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9 Responses to “Capitalist Propaganda – Independence Day Edition: “No More Kings” and “Fireworks””

  1. Terry_Jim says:

    Amen, “No more kings”.

    “Fireworks” is a cool cartoon,
    it even forshadows President
    Clinton’s pursuit of happiness .

    Happy Independence Day, friends.
    Long live Liberty.

  2. Terry_Jim says:

    Wish Ida said, “America does not need kings, and they are no more acceptable because their palace is granted with the consent of the voters, with a maximum lease of eight years.”
    I don’t know who ‘Doctor Zero’ is at, but every article he writes is stunning.

  3. IH8Socialist says:

    Yeah! Independence Day is my most favorite day beside Christmas. Fireworks, beer, BBQ, and freedom. Happy Independence Day everyone god bless our service men and women and long live freedom and liberty.

  4. GEJ says:

    Ah yes! Back in the day when Western European socialist states had to apoglogized for not being more like America, rather than vice versa!

    Those were the days… *sigh!*

  5. MoogieP says:

    Thanks for posting these — I really miss Schoolhouse Rock!

    Go Fourth and party like it’s 1776!

  6. MarkoMancuso says:

    “A little revolution, now and then, is a healthy thing.”

    Happy Independence Day, everyone.

  7. ILoveMyFreedoms says:

    “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” T.J.

    Happy Independence Day to all — and a major THANK YOU to our awesome troops: Because of your bravery throughout our country’s history, we are free.

  8. NunyaB says:

    Very nice postings for the 4th! “Fireworks” was new to me, but “No More Kings” sure brought back nice memories.

    Do they still produce Schoolhouse Rock I wonder? If so I spose it’s all changed now with PC crap and AGW and Obamamania, eh?

  9. Harvey says:

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