A school board in San Fransisco has voted to spend $600,000 to remove a mural painted during the Depression by Victor Arnautoff, a Russian immigrant and the most important muralist in the Bay area at the time. It was a WPA project. The WPA commissioned fine public art all across the country during the Depression.
Thirteenth Amendment (Surely) Does not Apply to Animals
By Thomas J. Crane on
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I admire the litigation process very much. The strength of our system here in the US is that virtually anyone can file suit for any perceived wrong. But, the strength is also the weakness. Anyone can file suit over anything. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has sued Seaworld in San Diego to…