The Weekly Standard's always interesting, often excellent Matt Labash provides another of his great pieces of longform profile journalism, this time of the men and ideas behind Junkyard Prophets, a band of Jesus-rappers who give "character education" lessons in various American public schools. It's a fun revelation about the true, weird contours of American ideology, starring a squad of tattooed rap-rockers who teach kids to straighten up, fly right, and not medicalize their own bad impulses; who hate Bush/Cheney, adore Michael Landon, and rely on poop jokes in their lectures; and are confident that both the moon landing and O.J's arrest were conspiratorial setups. Ain't that America?
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