The Internal Revenue Service campaign that put a bullâ€™s-eye on â€śtea partyâ€ť groups and those with â€śConstitutionâ€ť or â€śpatriotâ€ť in their name also took a swipe at Christians.
That was confirmed today when Dr. James Dobson, whose has served as an adviser to presidents and now runs Dr. James Dobsonâ€™s FamilyTalk, said his organizationâ€™s status was threatened because it didnâ€™t present â€śall views.â€ť
In a statement released through his FamilyTalk Action headquarters in Colorado Springs, it was confirmed the organization was set up two years ago â€śfor the purpose of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ, of providing Christ-oriented advice and education to parents and children; and of speaking to cultural issues that affect the family.â€ť
The groupâ€™s Form 1024 was filed with the IRS requesting 501(c)4 status, which is a nonprofit status but with permission to comment on political issues. Its contributions ...