IRS has no business telling pastors how to choose their words


October 2, 2011 - Washington Times
Opinion Editorial

"To even suggest that any governmental agency or official has the right to punish a pastor because of something he says from the pulpit is not only offensive, but unconstitutional. No pastor should ever have to dance around an issue or to self-censor his sermon when he preaches from the pulpit because of an IRS rule. In America, we value everyone’s constitutionally protected right to free speech and free exercise of religion."  Read article >>
Erik Stanley
ADF Senior Legal Counsel