The 5 Myths of Charities and Political Activities

The July 16, 2018 decision of the Ontario Superior Court in the case of Canada Without Poverty vs. the Attorney General of Canada ruled that charitable donations were a free speech issue and that limiting the amount of money a charity can spend on political activity curtails freedom of speech. Unfortunately, opening the door to unlimited […]

The Most Bone-headed Campaign Stunt Award of 2014 goes to …

… Greenpeace In an effort to bring attention to climate change at a U.N. conference on that topic held in Lima, Peru from December 1st to the 14th, a contingent of Greenpeace campaigners trampled through the Nazca Lines, a United Nations World Heritage Site, causing potentially irreparable damage to the ancient and vulnerable archeological location. […]