See how record companies handle retirees

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Glenn Reynolds:

"When [R&B singer Sam] Moore applied for his pension, he was told that he had benefits coming to him. What a relief, he thought. Then he got the bad news. AFTRA was all set to pay him a whopping $67 a month. This is the same AFTRA that now boasts a $1.2 billion surplus."

To keep in mind next time you hear another moralistic preach by one of these crooks (notice how this designation instantly comes to our minds when we think of record company execs?) who, you know, claim they "do it all for the artists."

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