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But critics say this may solve nothing. They say the problems in the region around Uganda are much more complicated than removing a single leader, however tempting that may be. “The LRA is, in fact, a relatively small player in all of this -- as much a symptom as a cause of the endemic violence,” according to the Foreign Affairs article. “If Kony is removed, LRA fighters will join other groups or act independently.”
We all want to see bad people brought to justice but most people do not want the US gov getting involved and using the issue for political advantage
Originally posted by Lord Jules
Question:did he make 89,000 dollars or 890 dollars? I'm a bit confused as to what % expenses mean.
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
That may be a modest salary to some but there is a loophole in 501(c)3 organizations that allows them to legally "outsource" work to corporate entities which may include anyone in the charitable organization.
Their 2011 financial statement has $751,000 in "production costs". It is entirely possible they have hired themselves to do the production work seeing as how they are filmmakers and paid themselves quite well for it.
The US tax code is full of loopholes that allow certain people and groups to make money and not have to report it to anyone but the IRS.