- - Monday, August 29, 2016


The annual Combined Federal Campaign is the equivalent of the United Way, enabling federal employees the opportunity to donate a portion of their salaries to a wide variety of charitable organizations. After reading Mercedes Schlapp’s “Big joke: Hillary Clinton’s scandals are no laughing matter” (Web, Aug. 25), I consulted the CFC’s latest catalogue to see whether the Clinton Foundation was listed. It is not.

Qualified organizations must not exceed a certain percentage of overhead expenses. With only 15 percent of Clinton Foundation “contributions” being used for charitable grants, the organization will never be listed in the CFC catalog — unless, of course, President Hillary Clinton changes the rules.



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