This week I read that Jane Fonda is being honored by the USC School for Dramatic Arts.
“The Robert Redford Award for Engaged Artists honors an individual who has used his or her fame to significantly bolster public awareness of important social issues,” Madeline Puzo, dean of the USC School of Dramatic Arts, said in a statement Monday morning.
“It is our hope that this award will inspire students to be socially engaged in their lives and through their art.”
I happened across that information online. It made me think back on the many ways in which Fonda has been honored over the years, and the many blessings she has enjoyed thanks to this country, and those who fight for it.
Under Article III, Section 3, of the Constitution, any person who levies war against the United States or adheres to its enemies by giving them Aid and Comfort has committed treason within the meaning of the Constitution. The term aid and comfort refers to any act that manifests a betrayal of allegiance to the United States, such as furnishing enemies with arms, troops, transportation, shelter, or classified information. If a subversive act has any tendency to weaken the power of the United States to attack or resist its enemies, aid and comfort has been given.
How can we yet, and to this day, still not apply that definition to Jane Fonda?
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