When I was by interviewed by John J. Miller of National Review last month I learned for the first time that a paper I wrote on philanthropy for the James Madison Institute (JMI) of Tallahassee, Fla., helped convince the Florida legislature to pass a law banning the collection of race- and sex-related information from charitable foundations.
Interestingly, low-rent race pimp Al Pina of the Florida Minority Community Reinvestment Coalition posted a defiant comment on Miller’s website. I’m sure we’ll hear from this fraud again in the future. These people never give up.
The easily excitable Pina had been leading the fight to force Florida’s foundations to begin collecting information on their employees’ race, sex, and sexual preferences. Pina’s goal, like that of his sponsor, the Berkeley, Calif.-based Greenlining Institute, has long been to effectively confiscate foundations’ assets in order to hand them over to his cronies.