There's now a 9/11 cartoon movie courtesy of Mike Huckabee, co-founder of Learn Our History, a for-profit company whose mission is to help kids get excited and educated about history. The first initiative, an animated DVD series, has flicks on subjects like the American Revolution, and, perhaps more tellingly, "The Reagan Revolution." With an emphasis on faith in God, the Captain Planet-looking videos aren't for everyone, and the newest release, 9/11 & The War On Terror, is no exception. The September 11th cartoon, priced at $9.95 (plus four FREE GIFTS!), really explains, according to the literature, "How the ongoing War on Terror protects Americans at home and American ideals abroad." While we can get behind the sentiment of teaching our kids about the tragedy, we'll hold out for something a little more balanced. (Gothamist)
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