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Defensive posturing in reaction to Rocco's speech still doesn't solve our intractable problems.
What social function, what national good, should public arts funding serve?
Can't say the field wasn't warned.
Lee Rosenbaum, queen of appeasement.
It is worth falling on our collective swords over $161 million when the nation is going to pot?
Is Colorado's GOP candidate for Senate trotting out the attack line for the next phase of the culture war?
My instinct is that individual grants are not going to happen, despite Landesman's good faith efforts.
Gerard cheekily characterized Landesman's visit as "humble-pie time."
Will Republicans object to letting Americans blog about how "art works" on the NEA's website?
Mounting evidence the National Endowment for the Arts scandal has landed on the craters of moony-eyed conservatives.
Don't focus on Patrick Courrielche so much as the 10 U.S. senators readying their assault on the National Endowment for the Arts. And get ready to mobilize.
More evidence that the right-wing aims to restart the culture wars. If you dispute this, please tell us: What was Berlin in 1933 really like?
Fox's story on the NEA may foretell a replay of the 1990s culture wars. Meanwhile, POTUS gets a different kind of warning from the right.
We must not allow Obama to politicize the NEA, even for the progressive agenda to which so many of his supporters subscribe.
Calling the fiscal-impact-of-the-arts argument "tired and dubious" is waffling, dissembling journalism.
The reaction to NEA chair Rocco Landesman's first major interview has been all over the map. Let the games begin.
Where are the jobs? Is the $50 million in stimulus money given to the NEA working as intended? How was the grant process? Find out here.
How quickly will nonprofits arts groups start hiring -- or maintaining staffs as they are?