Since 1954, the Johnson Amendment has prohibited religious leaders from supporting or opposing political candidates. The GOP tax bill might change that.
In a recent motion, the Department of Justice told a group of religious leaders to stay out of a dispute involving religious expression.
Donald Trump’s executive order on religious liberty does little, and what little it does can be easily overturned.
While journalists were getting worked up over a quip about Arnold Schwarzenegger, Trump said something more consequential at the National Prayer Breakfast
Houston’s subpoenas of sermons are an opportunity to restrain the IRS’s decades of political persecution.
The government has power to censor churches. It just avoids using it.
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