Friday, September 23, 2005

Scalia and Art

In a spech at Julliard, Scalia basically reiterated my point that the government does not censor, that which it does not want to pay. The idea that refusal to pay for certain crappy art is censorship, is to imply that every crappy artist has a right to government funding.
It is a curious world, that an avant garde artiste should become a government employee. If they are paid for more than the work of a GS-4, they are ripping us off.

1 comment:

XB234C said...

Precisely the reason my support of the National Endowment of the Arts has eroded over time...