It’s not to keep freedom out. It’s to keep freedom in.
How about it, boys ‘n’ girls (see–only two genders, no matter what Democrats say)? Have you grown any comfier with the idea of speech and religious freedom confined to named zones designated by the government? Heck, if you’re in college, you’re totally used to it by now.
Get it through your heads, everybody. Libs and progs will not stop until they’ve turned our country into a Third World hell-hole. That is what they want. We don’t know why they want it. Who can read such depraved minds?
Blatantly unconstitutional… and they totally get away with it.
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I look for emerging trends by taking note of terminology and subjects that crop in from unrelated sources. My guess is that the tax-exempt status of religious organizations is coming under pressure, and may end up revoked. Jesus gave us an example, by having his disciples pay taxes, so the loss of tax exemption doesn’t have to end our ability to function as Christians, but it would radically alter how religions hold property.
An out-and-out taxation of all religious organizations would be blatantly unconstitutional. Then again, why would that stop them?
In which we see another reason why house churches are valuable…
In our City Elders group, we have a couple who escaped from communist Hungary, and a woman who escaped from communist Romania (you know, the dictator there that Jimmy Carter couldn’t praise enough). They see clearly communism taking over America.