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Afficionados of George Orwell, political fables, political cartoons and powerful symbolic imagery, take note: Oliver’s Tale, Paul Ibbetson’s conservative twist on Animal Farm, has just been released and is now available at Paul’s website, and  A press release discloses fascinating hints of what’s to come: “…The story of how one average squirrel became a servant of God and led a revolution to save the animals of Three Fingers Cove [from] the Gray Skunk, the most mesmerizing and dangerous foe the Cove has ever faced.”    This sounds not only like a one-of-a-kind literary feast for any political junkie but also a sort of Essential Reading for your children or grandchildren to help them comprehend the ever-unvanquished threat of the Left– particularly these tumultuous days.   Author, columnist and radio host Paul (The Conscience of Kansas) Ibbetson’s unique background makes the prospect of this political read all the more intriguing:  among many other credits he’s a former Chief of Police holding an MA in Criminal Justice and currently completing his Ph.D. in Sociology.  I can’t imagine anyone better equipped to man the helm of an allegorical warning about the perils of liberalism.



    • Steve
    • Posted November 5, 2010 at 8:50 am
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    Can you get permission from Paul Ibbetson to have a re-play file of your radio interview – attached here at DL for anyone to listen to?

  1. I’ll look into it, Steve. Thanks for your interest.

  2. nice a day Diversity Lane , i look your blog , that a nice blog and useful. Best for me. a lot of and Christianity content. i will plan to read and review your site.

    • Immi
    • Posted February 7, 2011 at 9:30 am
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    the thing is, animal farm is already very very strongly anti-communist- it would be like having a “conservative twist” on pinheads and patriots. it can’t be done.

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