By Nathan Barton
For two-thirds of a century and more), the “Johnson Amendment,” a provision in the FedGov tax code that applies to all 501(c)(3) organizations and even religious groups that have NOT accepted the mark of the beast (501(c)(3) status) has been taking away the recognized freedom of religious grounds in the Fifty States. Groups that are recognized as such, and those who choose that “most-favored tax status” (such as charities and educational institutions as well as religious ones) must refrain from endorsing, opposing or financially supporting political candidates.
It was a “gift” (in the German sense of the word, at least) of that scum-sucking piece of Progressive “humanity” and shame of Texas, Lyndon Baines Johnson, when he was in Congress before he became president and gave us the Great Society and the Southeast Asian War. But I’m off subject.
During the 2016 campaign, Trump promised to deep-six it, and apparently has (with help in Congress, of course) started that process.
A lot of people don’t like it. Continue reading