Jonathan Chait (unintentionally) lays out the case for ending the Hollywood tax cuts.
Is Jonathan Chait not feeling well? Not so much for writing the below, but for writing the below (as AoSHQ Headlines notes) so baldly. The topic was the Left’s domination of television/movies; Chait copped pretty much to admitting that the Right’s basic argument is correct, that it also has merit (something that you can’t actually expect the Left to just concede), and ends with: This | Read More »
Call of Duty and the failure of Newspeak.
Alternative title: Thus Do We Refute Marshall McLuhan. Via Instapundit, The Market Hath Spoken: Hollywood churned out dozens of in-the-trenches, pro-America extravaganzas such as Wake Island and Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo while World War II was being fought. But the portrayal of the U.S. military during its current engagements has been more subdued and even critical. Game makers have stepped into the breach. And they’re | Read More »
Even voters in Hollywood notice the tax problem.
Joy McCann (Little Miss Attila) links to John McCann (Write Enough) (must be one of those coincidences) on why there are Tea Parties going on everywhere: Taxes are particularly unfair in Hollywood. You may hardly work for years – ahem! – then sell something for a big score. The government taxes you at the highest rate, as if you’d been sweeping in the long green | Read More »