• Tom Hosmanek

    It’s great to see a discussion of this without a political slant, which has been all too prevalent in “analyses” by some nonprofit websites, including IMHO this one at times. The last paragraph says it all, and it’s food for thought – should political figures, present or past, be allowed to monetize their connections gained at taxpayer expense and then use them for opaque or not so opaque purposes. It degrades, and injects a bit of danger to, the valuable structure and role of nonprofits in our country.