Zachary Leeman at LifeZette discusses whether or not we really need the National Endowment of the Arts. He asked me my opinion:
Screenwriter and novelist Andrew Klavan told LifeZette: “The government is never a good answer to any question except, ‘What’s bloated and greedy and lives under a dome?’ I’d happily ditch the NEA, but I support private and business patronage of the arts. That’s how you get less popular but wonderful art — like jazz and opera and offbeat novels and poetry, etc.”
Read the whole thing here.