Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

National Security Philanthropy
National Security Philanthropy
By: Karl Zinsmeister
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

Take an overseas tour with a one-of-a-kind nonprofit that uses charitable micro efforts to blunt foreign threats

Anti-Radical
By: Ashley May
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

When extremists leave prison, who helps them find a new life? 

Mini-Mouse vs. Megalodon
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

A gauntlet has been thrown down for Americans.

The Exchange
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

IDEA Public Schools | Seeking civic literacy | The Business of Giving | The war on philanthropy | Wild and wonderful | Anonymous giving | The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation | Hillsdale College preserves donor intent | Condoleezza Rice| Tax-exempt churches | Clarence Thomas speaks | Where professors donate

Philanthropy is Rocket Science
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

One lonely scientist and the far-seeing philanthropic family that gifted him resources made all the difference.

Interview with John Bernbaum
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

Higher-education administrator John Bernbaum, who started a Christian liberal-arts college in Moscow, discusses the links between civil society and healthy democracy.

Interview with Nadia Schadlow
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

An expert in national security philanthropy explains how donors can support the U.S. in world affairs through their giving.

Michael Bloomberg as a Fixer
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

Could he become as effective as a donor as he was as businessman and mayor?

Thank You for the Privilege of Serving You
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

Adam Meyerson reflects on his 19-year tenure at the helm of The Philanthropy Roundtable. 

Treat Veterans as Resources, Not Recipients
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

We live in a disconnect between the victim culture that’s become so dominant and the reality of what veterans can contribute to American society.

No Giver Is Safe
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

Ad hominem attacks and sweeping arguments are gradually poisoning the American public on philanthropy.

Clarence Thomas Speaks
Spring 2020 - National Security Philanthropy

In a new documentary, our nation’s most enigmatic justice speaks for himself.