Philanthropy (page 2)

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    New Carolina Journal Online feature

    John Hood’s Daily Journal explains why it’s in our nature to give.
    Mitch Kokai, December 30, 2019
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    This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio

    The freedom movement secured significant victories again this year at the N.C. General Assembly. Becki Gray recaps them in the latest edition of Carolina Journal Radio. Jordan Roberts discusses market-based approaches to addressing key mental health challenges. Rep. Jim Butler, speaker pro tem of the Ohio House…
    Mitch Kokai, December 6, 2019
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    Tax code discourages charity

    Howard Husock reminds us at National Review Online that the federal tax code blocks some charitable giving. Giving Tuesday is trying to push back against a tide that transcends appeals to individual generosity. To actually increase charitable giving, we must adjust the tax code. Today, the overwhelming number…
    Mitch Kokai, December 5, 2019
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    Health care for the poor

    Keith Smith co-founded the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, which describes itself as a “free market-loving, price-displaying, state-of-the-art, AAAHC accredited, doctor owned, multispecialty surgical facility in central OK.” In a recent interview, Smith advised “not to consider the poor in the aggregate.” They are individuals; and I believe that individuals…
    Joseph Coletti, November 22, 2019
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    Why Hillary might need to run again

    Now that Hillary Clinton is in no position to pay back political donors, it appears donors are less interested in giving her money. Andrew Stiles explains in a Washington Free Beacon report. The Clinton Foundation reported a loss of more than $16 million in 2018, according to newly…
    Mitch Kokai, November 20, 2019
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    What replaces the old institutions?

    Younger people and older working class men are the vanguard of a loss of trust in traditional institutions. They have been hardest hit by lack of opportunity and lack of human connection. Jordan Roberts has commented on the effects among Millennials. Derek Thompson at The Atlantic highlights the…
    Joseph Coletti, September 5, 2019
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    Should investors care about the political giving of CEOs?

    A new working paper by Alma Cohen of Harvard, Roberto Tallarita of Harvard Law School, and Moshe Hazan and David Weiss of Tel-Aviv University finds CEOs of public companies tend to lean Republican and that public companies led by Republican CEOs tend to be less transparent in their political…
    Joseph Coletti, May 7, 2019
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    Socialism, charity don’t mix well

    Editors at the Washington Examiner ponder the negative impact of socialism on charity. The news organization points directly at U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders. [I]n 2016, his first million-dollar earning year, he donated less than 1% of his income to charity. It’s only fair to point out also that…
    Mitch Kokai, April 18, 2019