The political scientist and author talks to Michael E. Hartmann about “compassionate conservatism,” the Never Trump movement, and the post-Trump future of conservatism—including how conservative philanthropy should consider the challenges of, and opportunities available in, facing that future.
The political scientist and author talks to Michael E. Hartmann about the nature of philanthropic support for the conservative legal movement, what it can teach foundations now, and what grantmakers can do about “organizational disequilibrium.”
The Georgetown University professor talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about philanthropy as a supplement to justice, our commitment to liberty, and trusting the “deplorable” to govern themselves.
The Georgetown University professor talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about what identity politics has done to charity and philanthropy.
More money, but meaning less?
Or what used to be a pyramid—and may be again, albeit pixelated.
And he wants more of it to flow, and from more people.
An important charitable lesson from the classic Christmas film.
Highest-income individuals use deduction the most and get biggest benefit from it, according to Joint Committee on Taxation.
A year-end collection of interesting and insightful passages.