My latest article for National Review is available here. It’s about philanthropic freedom. Here’s the central point:
As politicians seek to close budget gaps, many are turning their gaze to high-income givers and foundation endowments — and wondering how they can plunder the wealth that allows Americans to give more than $300 billion annually to support everything from churches to cancer research.
One of the most outspoken advocates of having government seize control of private philanthropic spending has posted a few chest-thumping lines in the comments section. Good times, good times.