Now this is an interesting article in this weeks Village Voice. And it has something to do with "Dred" Scott Tyler, a seemingly controversial artist who addresses police brutality with his art exhibits. And he currently has an exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts. And his gallery exhibits seem to stir up the likes of everyone from Curtis Sliwa and the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association to the internetland bloggersphere bloggersworld social networking website, Police Link. And the Village Voice goes on to say that Scott Tylers past pieces have addressed "What is the Proper Way To display a U.S. Flag", and have been titled "Blue Wall of Violence". And his current exhibit provides a glimpse into his 19 year body of work, which is full of pieces meant to inspire anger. And this exhibit seems as if it may be worth checking out, if not for educational purposes.
And for what reason does the word patriot have the word riot in it. And what does this have to do with a No Police State?