Just as with “pulling the goalie,” properly assess the future, but in this case to “skate to the puck.” Don’t wait to skate—or, again analogizing to grantmaking, to spend.
Analogically, assessing the right risks of waiting to spend.
From more than a decade ago, thoughts an what can best and most reliably be done by foundations.
To help mark National School Choice Week, a story of patience and perseverance.
A good way to think about it.
With overriding principles of freedom and human dignity, underlying practices of patience and persistence.
If we’re moving from an “information age” to a “reputation age,” what are the implications for funding public discourse?
We’re in the midst one of the most-drastic changes in the flow of information in history. Policy-oriented funders need to change their strategies accordingly.
And where to look for rebuilding self-governance.
On Labor Day, remembering Penn Kemble … and Robert Nisbet.