A controversial new art exhibit at the Guggenheim that staged two pit bulls about to fight each other was funded by the taxpayers.
The National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities is giving millions of taxpayer dollars to nonprofits with assets of over $1 billion.
The National Endowment for the Arts is funding a progressive rendition of Pride and Prejudice, a choreographed traffic jam, and a play about climate change causing the end of the world.
The Public Theater in New York has received an additional $100,000 grant from the federal government, fresh off its controversy for staging a ‘Julius Caesar’ production where a Donald Trump lookalike is assassinated.
Staff members at the nation’s largest teachers’ union are guaranteed pay for the time they spend in jail if it is related to union work.
The two Republicans who broke ranks with their party and announced they would vote against education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos have received thousands of dollars from the nation’s largest teachers union.
The nation’s largest teachers union spends three times as much money on politics, overhead, and union administration as it does on serving its membership, according to federal labor filings.
The Center for Responsive Politics (CRP) released its list of top all-time donors. It totaled contributions from 1989 to 2012 from PACs and individuals affiliated with the heavy hitter organizations.
CRP designated each of the heavy hitters as Democrat, Republican, or “on the fence,” meaning between 40 and 59 percent was donated to each party. In some cases, percentages did not add up to 100 due to third party donations.
Two of the most powerful unions in the country have voiced objections to a bill that would provide better background checks for teachers, Campbell Brown writes in a Thursday Wall Street Journal column.
Two-thirds of the 62 groups that donated to President Barack Obama’s inauguration and were required to disclose those donations failed to do so, according to a new report.