The Air Force Times has a feature article that discusses Mikey Weinstein's MRFF compensation and compares it to other military non-profits. http://www.airforcetimes.com/intera...nprofit-CEO-cashes-religious-freedom-campaign AF Times writes that the MRFF pays Mikey Weinstein $273,000 a year. This is 47% of the MRFF's annual income from grants and donations. The article compares this compensation to other military nonprofits. At the opposite end are leaders like Thomas Burch of the National Vietnam Veterans Foundation ($15,000/0.3%) and Gary Scheffmeyer of Rolling Thunder ($0/0%). The Times also writes that Weinstein sits as a voting member on the three person MRFF board and votes on his own compensation. This suggests that the MRFF board is not the type of diverse, independent board that the IRS requires for nonprofits. Those of you who serve on nonprofit boards will appreciate this distinction. How does Weinstein have such great influence? How does he maintain his nonprofit status?