Gravy jet.Remember Bob Graham
For other persons named Daniel Graham, see Daniel Graham (disambiguation). , the man who I said had collected $301,000 for running the senior service program for Wyoming County Wyoming County may refer to one of several counties in the United States:
To those who protest, Graham argues that the government can't regulate non-profits' It certainly hasn't been doing so. Cullen Murphy John Cullen Murphy, Jr. (born September 1, 1952) is an American writer and editor probably best known for his work at The Atlantic Monthly, where he served as managing editor (1985–2002) and editor (2002-2006). recently reminded us in The Atlantic of other examples of abuse by non-profits. "Item: in Massachusetts, a trustee of a family foundation reportedly increased his compensation in order to pay for a daughter's $200,000 wedding. Item: in Washington D.C., an audit of the local United Way revealed that the former chief executive had received some $1.5 million in 'apparently improper or questionable payments."' Murphy goes on to describe the nonprofit conference circuit, and the "privileges enjoyed by cosmopolitan thought leaders under the auspices of the gilded gild 1
tr.v. gild·ed or gilt , gild·ing, gilds
1. To cover with or as if with a thin layer of gold.
2. To give an often deceptively attractive or improved appearance to.
3. non-profit sector The nonprofit sector, also called the third sector, civic sector or voluntary sector, is a third area of an economy, distinct from the public sector and the private sector. It is made up of all of the non-profit organizations in the economy. of the Western World--life on the gravy jet."