• Morm on

    The President of the Corporation of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, aka Tommy Monson (TPotCotCoJCoLDS) reminds me of the captain of the Titanic. “Ooops….”

  • m2cts

    I applaud those 1500 people who turned their back to their faith. Religions claim truth but in reality they are nothing but traditions which change all the time, proving their arbitrariness.

  • Steven Jones

    Does this sound like a non-profit organization to anyone?

    Bob Mazzuca, former Chief Scout Executive, BSA, 2012 was paid over $1.2 million plus pension and perks.

    Wayne Brock was paid over $1.5 million plus pension and perks as he took over in 2013.

    Roy Williams, the fifth highest-paid non-profit CEO in America at the time, pulled down a whopping $1.6 million.

    Robert Gates, recently taking the chair in 2014 as BSA’s Chief Scout Executive, pays himself over $2 million annually in compensation, salary, benefits, pensions, insurance premiums, and other miscellaneous perks and benefits.

    Numerous additional BSA Scout Executives currently pay themselves well over $450,000 annually.

    Dozens of other BSA Scout Executives (including the Great Salk Lake Council) make over $250,000 annually, not including benefits or pension plans.