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Funding provided by: The Corporation for Public Broadcasting National Endowment for the Arts In partnership with POV In January 2007, Rachel P ...

John Stossel: It's time for Trump to kill government funding for the ...

Next week, Donald Trump releases his new budget. It's expected to cut spending on things like the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.


Government has no business funding art. When politicians decide which ideas deserve a boost, art is debased. When they use your money to shape the culture, they shape it in ways that make culture friendlier to government.

As The Federalist's Elizabeth Harrington points out, the National Endowment for the Arts doesn't give grants to sculpture honoring the Second Amendment or exhibitions on the benefits of traditional marriage. They fund a play about "lesbian activists who oppose gun ownership" and "art installations about climate change."

The grant-making establishment is proudly leftist. A Trump administration won't change that. During the George W. Bush years, lefty causes got funding, but I can't find any project with a conservative agenda.

Senior Housing Finance Activity: Love Funding, NHI - Senior ...

Love Funding Director Ann Bolen secured the $19 million loan through the VHDA, after securing a commitment from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program for a fresh 20-year Project Based Rental Assistance (PRBA) contract on 100% of the units. 

A large part of the proceeds from the new loan will finance a variety of property improvements, including a new roof, elevators, windows, heating and air-conditioning systems, and interior unit renovations.

With the help of consultant Gates Dunaway, Bolen collaborated with the Office of Recapitalization at HUD headquarters to secure the new PRBA contract. Additional support on the transaction was provided by Virginia Community Capital.

Cain Brothers Provides $36 Million in Bonds to CCRC in California 

Cain Brothers recently structured $36 million in tax-exempt bonds for Pilgrim’s Place, a not-for-profit CCRC in Claremont, California.

Why do liberal s Love a Wall Street hedge fund billionaire like George Soros but hate the Koch brothers?

Lets see, on one hand you have a man that intentionally destroys currency for personal gain and on the other hand you have owners of huge, job-creating private American corporation......

Why do liberals hate the good guys?