The countdown continues on the Power Line Prize: $100,000 to whoever comes up with the most effective, creative way to dramatize the significance of the federal debt crisis. The winning entry could be a video, a song, a poem, a painting, anything. It could focus on the debt crisis as a whole, or maybe a specific aspect of it, like the role played by unsustainable entitlements, or the massive waste represented by the “stimulus,” or how young people’s futures are being mortgaged. The deadline for submissions is July 15. Go here or click on the graphic below to get all the contest details. Submissions may be made electronically by email or physically by mailing. Power Line is co-sponsoring the Power Line Prize with the Freedom Club.
Andrew Breitbart has now signed on as a judge of the competition, along with Hugh Hewitt, Glenn Reynolds and Roger Simon. We look forward to benefiting from Andrew’s promotional genius! If you are a creative person, or if you just think you have something to say about the federal debt crisis, now is the time to get to work on your submission. Along with the $100,000 grand prize, a runner-up prize of $15,000 and two $5,000 third-place prizes will be awarded.
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