This blog post was not brought to you by the National Endowment for the Arts

By John Ruberry Last week President Trump released his proposed fiscal 2018 budget. Not included in it was funding for the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities. The left, which dominates the arts, responded predictably, acting as if art itself was being attacked. Sit down and breathe deeply. Close … Continue reading This blog post was not brought to you by the National Endowment for the Arts

Cheering for Rebecca Friedrichs

By:  Pat Austin SHREVEPORT --  I noted with some interest this week the suit between a California teacher and her union; Rebecca Friedrichs and ten of her colleagues are suing the NEA and its affiliate, the California Teachers Association to “obtain freedom from compelled support for unionism.”  Alec Torres wrote about this suit in December: … Continue reading Cheering for Rebecca Friedrichs

The Backward world Northwestern University

If the backwards nature of the left was not already apparent the story of North-Western's interesting class just cements it. Northwestern University psychology professor J. Michael Bailey isn't sure whether he'll say he shouldn't have allowed a live sex demo in an after-class session. "If I decide to say I shouldn't have done this," Bailey … Continue reading The Backward world Northwestern University

A real profile in courage

An Art Gallery in Denmark shows Yale how it's done: A Danish gallery has decided to exhibit a caricature of Muhammad that unleashed a wave of protests in the Muslim world against Denmark in 2006. Citing an article in magazine Sappho, Agence France-Presse reports that the controversial caricature will be part of a larger exhibition … Continue reading A real profile in courage