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Power Line Prize Announces Number 7

The countdown is on from 10 to 1 in the $100K (yes, you read that correctly) Power Line Prize for the best artistic dramatization of the national debt. I know, it sounds like the House of Atreus but some of them really were funny. (And, yes, I was one of the judges -- so if you don't like the results, sue me.)

But before I reveal Number 7, let me give a special shout out to John Hinderaker who, besides being a fellow Dartmouth alum (I know, big deal) has done a tremendous service here in initiating this prize to encourage conservatives to express themselves artistically and learn to get their messages across in creative ways. Man, do we need it.

And now, without further ado, Number 7: "Fiscal Child Abuse:"