” What is the meaning of life? The answer is worth $24,953, at least according to the National Endowment for the Humanities, a taxpayer-funded federal agency that is providing an educational grant to study the question.
“What is the good life and how do I live it?” Well, for $25,000 in tax dollars, NEH has tasked someone with finding out.
Sessions has personally taken a closer look at the NEH grant program and now has “questions” about some of the awards that have been granted, including one for $24,999 to determine, “What is a monster?
Here are a few more examples of recent educational program grants:
— Why are we interested in the past? $24,803
— Why are people bad? $23,390
— What is belief? $24,526
— Why do humans write? $24,774
The NEH spends about $150 million annually, though Republicans recently proposed slashing its budget by half.”
We can save the taxpayers $25k . The State is the monster . Plain and simple .