James Bruner on "the enemies of conservative philanthropy," which include the IRS (with its uneven application of rules) and the president.
"Americans have a myriad of sources and services to help them determine which charities or non-profit organizations (NFPs) may be worthy recipients of their tax-deductible contributions. Sadly, according to the U.S. Treasury Department’s Inspector General for Tax Administration, the IRS should no longer be one of the go-to sources. In a report entitled 'Inappropriate Criteria Were Used to Identify Tax-Exempt Applicants for Review,' we see that the IRS disregarded the rule of law as it pertained to approving certain organizations for tax-exempt status. According to the report, the IRS inappropriately delayed or denied approvals for organizations associated with or professing conservative values." -- James Bruner, Breitbart.com