How do the two US Presidential candidates measure up in regards to their arts-funding records?
Some Williamburgers aren’t happy with the idea of a Romney presidency but they’re not exactly thrilled with Obama either.
TV by itself is just so boring these days. With the advent of Twitter and Tumblr, watching real-time events on television (like the presidential debate last night) has become a communal, participatory activity in virtual space. We’ve selected our ten favorite GIFs and memes from the explosion of online creativity last night.
Yesterday’s US Presidential debate highlighted Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s ridiculous plan to cut the budget of the much loved public television channel, PBS.
Politico has excerpts from an upcoming Mitt Romney interview in Fortune magazine, in which the Republican presidential candidate expounds on his plan to shrink the federal government and reduce spending. Depressingly, but not surprisingly, he targets arts funding.
Today’s shocker: A Republican Who Wants to Cut Arts Funding! GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has penned an Op-Ed for the USA Today newspaper that takes aim at the battered National Endowment for the Arts.