With a new president and CEO, the Getty Trust has hired a new director for the Getty Museum. There's talk about new directions for the world's richest art institution, with an endowment of $5.1 billion. The Getty has lived down its scandal over buying stolen antiquities by restoring priceless objects to their countries of origin, and with tough new policies adopted by other museums nationwide. But both its new leaders are on record saying the restrictions are too tight. What are they saying now? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, global warming and the culture wars.
Timothy Potts to Take Helm of Getty Museum
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The Heartland Institute, Global Warming and Public Schools
Documents leaked last week reveal efforts to cast doubt on climate change with a new curriculum for public schools. Some call it similar to challenging Evolution by...
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