Analysis: Trump order unlikely to alter sermonizing

 
Faith and politics have a complicated relationship in the United States. Many Americans want religious leaders to be clear about their values and how those values impact every aspect of life, including politics. And they want churches to be free to practice their faith, which includes discussing politics without any government intervention. But few want their preacher's advice on which candidate to vote for. All three come into play when thinking about the Johnson Amendment, a 1954 law that bans certain ...