The federal government facilitates fundraising for traitors. That’s the claim made by the Washington Post’s Joe Davidson in a 14 January column. This occurs, says Davidson, through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), a philanthropic funding operation managed by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) which enables federal employees to donate to charities they choose through automatic payroll deductions.
This may come as a bit of a shock to anyone familiar with the CFC. Having grown up in Northern Virginia, my impression of the CFC is formed largely by benign advertisements appearing in local newspapers and on the sides of buses during the holiday season, which is when it runs. What travesty of justice could possibly lead the WaPo to devote a thousand-word article to it? The Sons of Confederate Veterans, apparently
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