The next president, Democrat or Republican, should have a "philanthropy czar" in the West Wing whose only job is to report objectively on how the nation's massive nonprofit sector serves the public interest (or not), and to recommend legislative and other reforms to improve the sector's self-governance and call it to public account the way that government once called for-profit corporations to public account. I hereby nominate the steadfast Senator Grassley.
Do we need a Philanthropy Czar to straighten out the sector? Well, whom do you nominate? Bill Clinton?