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Ban on Political Endorsements by Pastors Targeted

• Washington Post
Declaring that clergy have a constitutional right to endorse political candidates from their pulpits, the socially conservative Alliance Defense Fund is recruiting several dozen pastors to do just that on Sept. 28, in defiance of Internal Revenue Ser

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Comment by PureTrust
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Something like this:
1. Start 2 churches.
2. These churches have completely different deacons, trustees, operations, etc..
3. Only one of the churches accepts money, and a deacon preaches at this one, to any member who wants to come.
4. The other church doesn't accept money, maybe doesn't have a tax number, yet owns the property of the church, and should be set up as a private trust rather than a corporation. This is where the pastor preaches anything he wants.
5. Even the pastor doesn't own anything, and only receives expenses from a separate private trust.

Get the picture?