Jon McNaughton

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A Utah artists increased his fame with an honest (anti-Obama) piece called "The Forgotten Man". But has a rich library of patriotic, political commentary, religious, and landscapes. While it earned attacks by the critics for speaking truth to power, art is sometimes controversial or at least provocative.

The Forgotten Man represents Americans of every color and creed that hope for a better life, and the American dream of happiness and prosperity, without Unconstitutional acts (the ACA) and the crushing debt of entitlement programs and heavy taxes foisted on them. [1]


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