Of course, do you think lefties will ever attack their allies in the entertainment and media companies? I’d think there’s a higher chance of a pig flying by my window.
In the history of really bad ideas, this one’s got to be close to the top.
Lawmakers are scrambling to save the summer concert season from federal agents poised to seize the instruments of rock and country stars because the wood used to make them may have been illegally harvested–and without their knowledge.
The Blogfather, Glenn Reynolds, finds a few that I wouldn’t mind seeing enacted:
One of the things that’s been floating around the Web over the past week is a video clip from 1953. It’s a short film produced by the motion picture industry, seeking the end of a 20 percent excise tax on movie theaters’ gross revenues that had been imposed at the end of World War II as a deficit-cutting measure. (Yes, gross, not net).
In the film, figures ranging from industry big shots to humble ticket collectors talk about how the tax is hurting their industry and killing jobs, and ask Congress to repeal the tax.
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