The Assumption University professor and author talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about the Holy Father’s new encyclical and its “innovations” in Catholic social teaching.
Into an existing “philanthropic ecosystem” about which they should be wary.
Gerald F. Seib’s new book skillfully overviews what’s happened to conservatism since 1980 and helpfully frames its forthcoming challenges and opportunities.
Pitt Law’s Philip Hackney suggests denying tax-exempt status to 501(c)(3) groups that aren’t public charities. Well, that (re-)calls the question.
In the decades before “darkness” was deemed descriptive.
Names at the top of the list, math on the “back of the envelope:” outnumbered, outspent.
An explanation and defense of his once-uncontroversial efforts to support America’s history and heritage would be well-warranted.
Relearn the art of skepticism, and improve grantmaking.
But can giving be so conspicuous that it’s as bad as extravagant consumption?
If conservative donors hope to effect real change on college campuses, they need to be very careful about the ways they offer funding.