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Comedian Rosie O’donnell put her dislike of the President Trump on t-shirts. You sell clothes on Etsy, with proceeds going to the “anti-Trump candidate and causes.”
The National Endowment for the Arts is pouring tens of thousands of dollars in the left arts projects, including plays about the Transgender self-representation, and even an award-Rosie O’donnell-theatre-group-after the celebrity again and again, slamming the President.
The NEA first $granted 25 million, first reported by The Washington Free Beacon, includes a lot of money to a number of liberal projects.
The Mixed Blood Theatre Company in Minneapolis gets $40,000 to support a series of new trans-theatre works.” The games included on their website “mermaid hour: Remixed,” “the exploration of the gender continuum, through the prism of a pre-pubescent transgender girl with a Afro-American.”
‘Judging by the latest animal welfare-benefit recipients, those elites” remain taste, as mined, as always, a waiver of the good, the beautiful and the true, and everything is timeless and transcendent–to the benefit of the soul-killing PC claptrap.’
– Sohrab Ahmari
“Working-class parents, Pilar and bird-face, the cracks in their marriage, their opponents parenting styles, and their fears as they negotiate their daughter’s sex change. In the meantime, you puberty, your first crush, and the way that YouTube holds all the answers,” the blurb for the game says.
The Gay Men’s picked up the Chorus of Los Angeles to deliver a $10,000 grant for a national tour for a new work, “a message of acceptance for young people.”
Meanwhile, the Feminist press in New York, is a $ 30,000 grant to support the publication and promotion of fiction books. Feminist press recently promoted and will be published, a volume on “radical Reproductive justice” as well as “Johnny, Would You Love Me if My D–k Were Greater.”
“He is a bitch. He is a nerd. He is a waiter, and the bored at work. This is says his diary,” the promo for the book.
In addition, “Rosie’s Theater Kids”, founded by O’donnell, was granted $30,000 to back a summer and after-school musical theater training program for young people. O’donnell and President of the Trump publicly feuded for years, and O’donnell has recently begun selling T-Shirts calling Trump a “rapist, cheater, liar, Racist, Con Man, A–hole”.
Interact Inc., in the meantime, received a grant for $to promote to 10,000, the game is “Sensitive guys,” the free Beacon reports includes the “female and” gender-non-conforming “play actors [to] men who sit around and discuss” male privilege.'” He notes that it also provide benefits by the Minneapolis “trans-theatre works.”
The theatre describes the play as a “social satire”, “complicity” and “what it really needs to be the face of the Patriarchy.”
The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles $10,000 from the NEA Foundation.
New York theatre Workshop’s 40,000 grant to support the production of “A normal Muslim was given a $.” This game focuses on a Muslim couple in London and says, “we will all be forced to confront pressing questions about the nature of families and our own internal prejudices about what ‘other.'”
“These NEA-supported projects are good examples of how the arts build stronger and more vibrant communities that improve the well-being of our children ready to be successful and increase the quality of our lives,” said NEA Chairman Jane Chu announcement of the scholarships. “At the National Endowment for the Arts, we believe that all people should have access to bring the joy, the opportunities and connections of the arts.”
But some conservative critics were not impressed by the identity-politics-the subject of some of the grants.
“NEA grants are a form of care for the cultural elites, as a Heritage Foundation report famously put it two decades ago,” says Sohrab Ahmari, a senior author on the commentary magazine and the author of the 2016 book “The New square: identity, policy Disfigure the art.”
“Judging by the latest animal welfare-benefit recipients, those elites” remain taste, as mined, as always, a waiver of the good, the beautiful and the true, and everything is timeless and transcendent–to the benefit of the soul-killing PC claptrap,” he said.
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