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Obama Once Again Proposes Caps On Charitable Giving
  15 Jan 2014     7:05 am      William Teach

Which has caused the United Way and other groups to hit Washington
(Daily Caller) Leaders of the charitable coalition the United Way swarmed Capitol Hill Tuesday to lobby against the Obama administration’s proposed cap on the charitable deduction in the federal tax code. Lowering the charitable deduction has long been an Obama policy objective.
United Way US CEO Stacey Stewart and 45 local United Way CEOs hit the Hill to urge “Support for the charitable deduction and expanding incentives for charitable giving in the U.S. tax code,” according to a press release …

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Choosing God Over Government Cheese
  10 Sep 2013     2:07 pm      Dave Blount

The federal leviathan will tolerate no competition, particularly when it comes to caring for the poor. When private charity has been eradicated, oligarchical collectivists’ trump card — “What about the poor?” — will seem to have merit. Combine this with Obama’s war on Christianity, and the following story should come as no surprise:
A Florida ministry that feeds the poor said a state agriculture department official told them they would not be allowed to receive USDA food unless they removed portraits of Christ, the Ten Commandments, a banner that read “Jesus …

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Wounded Warrior Project Participates in Demonization of Firearms
  20 Dec 2012     1:26 pm      Dave Blount

Those who treasure our priceless Second Amendment liberties need to be very careful where we donate, lest we shoot ourselves in the foot. Anti-Constitutional moonbats can be found behind even the most seemingly benevolent enterprises, including the Wounded Warrior Project, as Tom Gresham of Gun Talk Radio reveals:
We were disappointed when the Leslie Coleman, PR director for WWP, said they couldn’t come on the show … because we “are related to firearms.”
“While we appreciate the interest in having a WWP representative on your show on Veterans Day we are not …

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Come on Everyone–it’s Time to Dig Deep and Help the People of Dixie.
  30 Apr 2011     2:30 pm      Susannah Fleetwood

Americans are an extremely charitable people. We NEVER turn our backs on those in need—whether it be our fellow Americans in New Orleans, or strangers in distant lands like Haiti or Japan. Wednesday night, a slew of tornadoes tore through the southeastern US, ravaging Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, all the way to Virginia. So far, almost 300 people have been reported dead, and millions of dollars in property damage has been done by the 173 tornadoes that have destroyed Dixie (Tuscaloosa, AL seems to be the hardest hit). …

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Chip In A Few Bucks To Help Wounded Marines
  8 Nov 2010     5:30 am      John Hawkins

There are not a lot of people in this world who deserve our help more than wounded Marines. Want to help ‘em? Then chip in some money via Soldier’s Angels. They’re reputable, they do this every year, and your money can help make a difference!

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UNICEF: Trick or Treat for Abortion
  30 Oct 2010     11:08 am      Chris Wysocki

Each year around this time I remind my readers that those ubiquitous orange UNICEF boxes their kids bring home from school are not nearly as innocuous as they seem. UNICEF undoubtedly does some good work. But there is a dark side to their mission. Abortion. UNICEF continues to fund programs that encourage more abortions, especially in Latin America and Africa.
In 2007 I noted that UNICEF has de-emphasized their focus on children and moved into the women’s rights and radical feminism arenas:
Leading the list of …

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Last Day For The $100 Raffle Tickets: Win A Trip To New York To See O’Reilly, Super Bowl Tickets, MLB All-Star Game Tickets Or A $1000 Shopping Spree
  29 Aug 2010     4:33 pm      John Hawkins

The Society Of St. Vincent De Paul is holding a raffle — and it’s not just any raffle. The tickets for this raffle are $100 a pop; they’re worth every penny. (10 RWN readers have already won tickets, but since this is such a great cause and today is the last day you can buy a ticket, I thought it merited a final plug)
Here’s what you can win,
GRAND PRIZE
The Winner Wins for Two!
The winner of Meet Me in Manhattan will bring the companion of his/her choice to share the entire …

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Comment Here And Win Super Bowl Tickets Or A Free 4 Day Trip To New York To See Bill O’Reilly
  7 Aug 2010     10:26 am      John Hawkins

The Society Of St. Vincent De Paul is holding a raffle — and it’s not just any raffle. The tickets for this raffle are $100 a pop, they’re worth every penny, and this week, I’ll be giving some of them away for free.
So, if these raffle tickets cost $100, they must be for a pretty incredible prize, right? Oh, yes, my friend, the prizes are extraordinary.
GRAND PRIZE
The Winner Wins for Two!
The winner of Meet Me in Manhattan will bring the companion of his/her choice to share the entire prize package.
Air …

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Tweet This Message And Win 4 Days In NY, A $3,000 Shopping Spree, & A Meeting With Bill O’Reilly
  28 Jul 2010     3:55 am      John Hawkins

The fine folks at The Society Of St. Vincent De Paul are holding an absolutely amazing raffle. In fact, this is, without a doubt, the best collection of raffle prizes I’ve ever seen in one place,
GRAND PRIZE
The Winner Wins for Two!
The winner of Meet Me in Manhattan will bring the companion of his/her choice to share the entire prize package.
Air Travel:
The Meet Me in Manhattan winner will receive roundtrip airfare for two to New York. Airline to be determined after city or town of residence of winner is identified.
Meet …

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