The Washington Times is running a story titled “Life Without the Arts?: Top 10 Crazy Grants Given by the NEA and NEH.”
Here is a taste journalist Kelly Riddell‘s piece:
Democrats — and the elitist liberal media — have gone apoplectic on President Trump’s proposed funding cuts to the National Endowment of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
“Trump wants to cut the NEA and NEH. This is the worst case scenario for arts groups,” The Washington Post warned.
The Christian Science Monitor wrote: “What America without the NEA and NEH would look like, and why that matters,” forewarning a world without these institutions would mean those in the most rural areas — Mr. Trump’s own voters — would be deprived the cultural enrichment they deserve.
So, I was curious to see what this cultural enrichment looks like. Here’s what I feel are the top 10 contributions to society the NEA and NEH have made. I can’t imagine my taxpayer funds going to anything better.
Riddell then lists NEH-funded projects on “smells” in a medieval history museum and pets in Victorian England. (I should add that only 2 of her ten examples are NEH-funded projects. The rest are NEA).