Washington, D.C., is not where the important battles of the day are fought. Change the culture first.
Place-based strategies seem attractive to overcome these constraints, but while they help ameliorate financial and political challenges, they actually exacerbate information challenges.
Revisiting the risky confidence and nihilistic moral certainty of an intelligentsia—this time, of Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola, and Delta.
Conservatives would be wise to push for a bolder plan that addresses the conflation of political and charitable causes—and clearly defines what constitutes legitimate charitable goals. That’s the only way to ensure philanthropy doesn’t lose all credibility and become completely politicized. Let’s focus on what really matters.
“Write some good ones.”
Theda Skocpol and Caroline Tervo tell the story of Indivisible and its donor-driven succumbing to the siren call of “the DC-based nonprofit industrial complex.”
Examining the origin of some of the official lines, at least as originally drawn, between charity and politics.
We must steadfastly strive to see, and necessarily recall, others’ witness—so we can take the chances they give us to do so, too.
The appropriate context within which its eugenic past should be considered.
More money, but meaning less?