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Originally posted to Daily Kos on Thu May 08, 2014 at 05:30 AM PDT.

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  •  David, it's worth noting that contributions to the (1+ / 0-)
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    Heritage Foundation are tax deductible and we know how much "conservatives" love to reduce their taxes.  Almost as much as making a profit from the labor of others without adequate compensation.

    If this new "conservative" copy of Vox runs true to form they will likely be a regurgitation of other right wing talking points and topics.  That's the thing about a copy, it's rarely as good or accurate as the original.

    •  Not only do they love to reduce taxes... (0+ / 0-)

      They think non-profit status is qualitatively different from federal grantee status. That's why they felt comfortable (and still do, amazingly) suggesting that grantees (mostly left-leaning organizations) be defunded, while the IRS back off policing of "educational" non-profits (mostly right-leaning). That was the aim of the Istook amendment in the mid-1990s.

      Curiously, the current "No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion" bills make the Supreme Court logic (money is fungible) that defines tax-exemption as being the same as a federal grant the basis for their claims that no tax deductions ought to be allowed for the costs of any health care plan that covers abortion.

      But whatevs!

      •  You have to give them some credit for ingenuity, I (0+ / 0-)

        guess. They are very good at twisting a laudable concept like "tax exempt status" for non-profit organization to suit their own ends.  I'm also amazed that organizations like Freedom Works, AFP, and almost anything created by Karl Rove are able to cloak themselves in the guise of an "educational non-profit."  

        By that definition if Fox News didn't run commercials it would be the "conservative equivalent" of PBS.  Isn't an "educational outreach" by a political action committee just propaganda with a more palatable name.

        It almost seems like the validity of their argument is inversely proportional to the size of the megaphone they've purchased to shout about it.  I generally use that standard when evaluating right wing positions anyway.

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