A Publicly Supported Charity
Helping America's Forgotten Poor
The Frank Lynch
is a broad based, inclusive public
charity. In contrast to the charities of some of America's
most famous celebrities which shower money widely all over the
world, and mostly outside the USA, The Frank Lynch
Foundation™ will concentrate its efforts on the world's
forgotten poor. The world has forgotten about the poor in
The Frank Lynch
Foundation™ is about America First, fighting poverty
and abuse inside of America.
How can a mother give aid
to distant, foreign children when her own children are sick, hungry and suffer
the hopelessness of ignorance?
The Frank Lynch
already shifted millions of dollars of charitable spending from outside
of America back to inside of America! How can I make that claim?
how: In the spring of 2007 Frank was running as a Democratic Party
Presidential candidate against Hillary Clinton. Obama was a distant
second at that time. I was outraged that Bill Clinton had set up the
Clinton Global Initiative, which held fundraisers at the UN building in
New York, and that all the giving was taking money out of the US and
sending it overseas. So Frank set up this publicly supported 501(c)(3)
charity to fight poverty INSIDE the US, and heavily promoted it in blogs
and on his campaign website
matter of days, whenever the Clintons released photos and videos of
their charity suddenly, blast of trumpets, the background and the emblem
on their podium changed to "CGI - America!"
surface Frank takes pride in having redirected the focus, or at least
the visible cosmetics of a major charity back into America, there are
more important points here: First, do not let the name change fool you -
the Clinton's family charity's main purpose. its original purpose is to
redistribute assets from inside America to outside America, even as our
middle class is shrinking, even as our family incomes adjusted for
inflation have been shrinking for more than twenty years, in no small
part because of Clintons' economic policies and their support of
shifting our manufacturing to China.
This is not a political
commentary inappropriate for a charity; this is about how some people
abuse and misuse charities, and that is a legitimate subject for a
charity to discuss.
How else do you think the
Clintons have grabbed more than $100 million in speaking fees? Those are
fees that the Clintons stick into their grubby little personal pockets
as rewards for shipping our jobs to China. Much of those speaking fees
are disguised, legal bribes for selling out America. It would be
earth shaking if we could learn how much of those "speaking fees" can be
ultimately traced back through the puppet front organizations back to
Mother America must first
take care of her own children, our own suffering children. Charities
should not exist to gain speaking fees for the Clintons, but to help the
impoverished inside of America. We Americans must first take
care of our own American disadvantaged and
abused, the uneducated and untrained, the people we try so
hard not to see when they cross our paths every day in the
streets of every city in America. The Frank Lynch
Foundation's goal is to
lift up America's forgotten poor to the level of the average
American, which we think is a pretty noble goal!
proven that you cannot achieve this goal simply by throwing money
at the poor, or by giving away houses for free
or almost no money.
Our immediate, short term
goals are to promote discussion and debate about how to stamp our
poverty inside of America. We hope to create a forum for people to bring
forward ideas on how to re-invent our broken national systems that have
let one out of six people inside America slip between the cracks into
poverty, too often without realistic hope of embracing the American
Dream and rising up into economic and social independence as part of the
working middle class.
Soon we hope to create local
and national meetings to engage in serious, innovative discussions on
the effective means to stamp out poverty inside America., and then to
promote these new methods into national policies to stamp out poverty.
The Foundation is
non-partisan, believing that both political parties have failed our
nation's poor. We intend to avoid politics in striving for objective and
truly creative methods to lift up fifty million Americans into true
independence, into true hope, into true self-fulfillment.
The Frank Lynch
Foundation™ will concentrate its efforts on the millions of
forgotten poor children and forgotten poor families inside
of the United States of America, in an effort to stamp out poverty
I invite all of you to work with
me to lift up every person in America to a new and higher level than anyone has ever dreamed.
Do the most important thing:
and blogging on how to eliminate poverty inside of America at our
temporary discussion group/blog at
Please join with a proven leader to continue
to improve the future of America's children and the future of America's
forgotten poor by donating.
© 2007 - 2013 The Frank Lynch