Quote Of The Day: Isn’t It Time To Take PBS Off The Public Dole?
“Public broadcasting is a classic example of welfare for the well-off. We PBS viewers are 44 percent more likely than other Americans to make more than $150,000 a year.
I enjoy PBS, but it hardly seems fair that the government demands you buy it for me. If I want to see opera, I should pay for it myself. Why should you be taxed to pump “La Boheme” into my living room? It barely made sense in 1967, when most Americans only had the Big Three broadcast networks, but now there are hundreds of channels. If there’s a demand for opera or BBC drama, the market will provide it.” — John Stossel