Bureaucrats Try to Quash Blues Prodigy’s Talents

We don’t quite have enough government to have reached the socialist ideal, whereby society resembles a well-manicured lawn, with no blade of grass allowed to grow any higher than the others. An example is 8-year-old guitar prodigy Tallan “T-Man” Latz, who seems to have gotten on older players’ nerves by outperforming them.

But we do have enough government so that virtually all human activity violates one regulation or another, permitting those who excel to be brought down to size. Jealous musicians have apparently ratted out T-Man for violating child labor laws, so that he’s not allowed to play the blues in clubs anymore.

Intones bureaucretin Jennifer Ortiz of Wisconsin’s Equal Rights Division:

Well, the law prohibits it, and the Legislature enacted the laws to protect the health, safety and welfare of all children.

Don’t forget, as the government boot stamps down on your face: it’s for your own health, safety, and welfare.

The T-Man jams, bureaucrats be damned.

On a tip from V the K. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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