Posts tagged: The Johnson Amendment

“What Would the Founders Be Tweeting Today?” (Spotlight #069)

Last month, Illinois Family Institute teamed up with Restore Our Constitution to host a special event with historian David Barton in Decatur. Mr. Barton is the founder and president of Wall Builders, and an author of a number of best selling books.

David Barton touched on a number of topics in his presentation, including the push for a Convention of the States, the problem of rouge federal judges and the indoctrination centers known as colleges and universities — pointing out that only 27 percent of college graduates get a job related to their major.… Continue Reading ““What Would the Founders Be Tweeting Today?” (Spotlight #069)”

Liberals Boo God and Natural Rights at GOP Town Hall

Written by Nate Madden

At a rambunctious town hall in his district, U.S. Representative David Brat (R-VA), ran into something he probably never expected to see in his district: voters booing the concept of fundamental, God-given rights.

“As a seminary graduate, do you believe in the separation of church and state?” the questioner began. “Would it be acceptable for you for churches to support specific candidates?”

The question was in reference to the Johnson Amendment, which President Donald Trump recently gutted somewhat with his lackluster order on religious liberty.… Continue Reading “Liberals Boo God and Natural Rights at GOP Town Hall”

Pastors to Protest IRS Restrictions on Speaking About Politics

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Written by Anugrah Kumar

Pastors across the country will protest Internal Revenue Service restrictions on them not to talk politics in the church as they observe the annual Pulpit Freedom Sunday, days after the introduction of the Free Speech Fairness Act in the U.S. House to reinstate pastors’ and churches’ rights to speak freely.

“The IRS has no business acting as the speech police of any non-profit organization, as its many scandals over recent years have made clear,” said Erik Stanley, senior counsel of the Arizona-based Alliance Defending Freedom, which started Pulpit Freedom Sunday in 2008.

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