Ben Hillman

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Ben Hillman is a film maker, designer, author and illustrator who loves subatomic particles and Betty Boop. After obsessing for years about the evils of mass manipulation, Ben decided to do it himself by forming Ben Hillman & Company – realizing his boyhood dream of messing with the minds of the general public (as well as making films and writing and illustrating books). Ben lives in the beautiful Berkshire hills of Massachusetts with his wife Amy and daughter Maizy. He is a member of the Sheffield Tree Project and the Antarctican Society.

Articles by Ben Hillman

ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

Wednesday, 26 Apr 2017 - "Aggressively begging foreign countries to funnel money straight into Trump's pocket is a clear violation of the Constitution's emoluments clause." -- Shripal Shah, vice president of American Bridge, a Democratic firm

ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

Thursday, 13 Apr 2017 - TRUMP: So what happens is I said we've just launched 59 missiles heading to Iraq and I wanted you to know this. And he was eating his cake. And he was silent.

ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

Thursday, 30 Mar 2017 - Mr. Trump made clear that the United States had no intention of meeting the commitments that his predecessor had made to curb planet-warming carbon dioxide pollution, turning denials of climate change into national policy.

ORANGE ALERT: Failing health

Monday, 27 Mar 2017 - "I worked as a team player. I’ve been in office, what, 64 days? I've never said repeal and replace Obamacare within 64 days." --- President Trump

ORANGE ALERT: The (almost daily) outrage

Friday, 17 Mar 2017 - Matthew 25:34-36: Then the king will say to those at his right hand, “Come, you that are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world..."

ORANGE ALERT: The (almost) daily outrage

Monday, 13 Mar 2017 - Republicans' new health-care bill is a mass transfer of income that cuts taxes for the wealthiest Americans while cutting federal benefits for the middle and working class. -- Washington Post