The apparent admission of a top lawyer for the Obama campaign during a recent conference call that the campaign has “work[ed] with some” nonprofit organizations raises questions about the campaign’s coordination with liberal nonprofit groups and could put the nonprofit status of those groups at risk.
The pro-Obama president of an embattled Miami synagogue that has come under fire for liberal bias disregarded warnings that a scheduled talk by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) could constitute a violation of a federal law prohibiting non-profits from engaging in political advocacy.
A growing controversy over an appearance by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) at a liberal Miami synagogue has fractured South Florida’s large Jewish community and spawned concern that multiple area synagogues are jeopardizing their non-profit status by engaging in blatant pro-Obama advocacy.
The president of a green research group, the Pacific Institute, has admitted to illegally obtaining documents on climate change from the Heartland Institute and releasing them to journalists.
Senate Democrats are launching a war on nonprofits, particularly “nonprofit, ‘social welfare’ organizations,” Politico reports.
More than 200 nonprofit groups may have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations after the group that housed the money, the International Humanities Center, abruptly closed up shop last month.