The Freedom from Religion Foundation is a non-theistic organization devoted to the separation of church and state in the US.
Recently the FFRF filed to sue the IRS for not enforcing violations of the tax code committed by a number of religious organizations this past election cycle. According to current US law: churches, mosques and so on are prohibited from making political statements, such as this one.
Clearly something needs to change. Simply ignoring clear violations of the law is, and this is an understatement, a dangerous precedent to set.
So what do you think??
1) Should the IRS enforce the law and fine/arrest priests, imams, etc who make political statements while in their religious roles?? Or
2) Should we simply abolish the law and just tax the Churches, Mosques and Temples??