Egger: “I question openly whether those laws were designed by people to keep us right where we are. … [O]ur ultimate goal is to change the laws.”
Eisenberg: “[H]e strongly believes that the regulations governing nonprofits are too restrictive and should be changed to allow nonprofits to participate directly in political campaigns and partisan politics … and I heartily disagree.”
Recalling, and appreciating, his insistence on support for the grassroots and willingness to criticize the powerful.
Floating a four-element ACE Act alternative.
Levels of ambition, including philanthropic, the impossibility of a “New Man,” and the consequences of trying to create him.
In southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian, thousands of people are pitching in to help their next-door neighbor and also the unknown victim of a flat tire in the middle of a busy road.
Using one guiding principle, here are two proposed reforms to improve the permissions, restrictions, and tax advantages around 501(c)4s.
Here are four serious proposals to separate “charitable” and “political” giving.
Apparently, the value of philanthropy is determined by the worldview of the gift-giver.