First of all, Chris, if someone told you there was a 'ruling' in the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) case they were either mistaken or they flat out lied to you.<quoted text>
Forgot to add the irs targeted left groups too. And if you think the recent ruling with the Freedom From Religion case won't also be used as a tool to target certain churches while others get a pass you've got blinders on pal.
FFRF and the IRS filed a joint motion to dismiss the case, so the only 'ruling' in that case approved the dismissal. The court has ordered nothing - not to the IRS, not to the FFA. There has never even been a trial that could result in the sort of ruling you seem to think was issued.
If you took the 3 minutes required to use a Google News search you'd know that. You'd also know that the victory claim of the FFR is bogus. The IRS didn't make new rules because of the case; it hasn't even said it would begin more rigorous enforcement. All it did was prove they had a protocol in place to enforce the anti-electioneering codes that have been in place for 75-85 years, give or take.