One of those against change and quoted in the article is Rabbi Jack Moline, who they identify as president of the Interfaith Alliance, though they left out that his is also the Executive Vice President of Telecommunications for Elisberg Industry, and on our Board of Directors. I'm sure the omission was either just an oversight or an edit for space. Anyway, Jack is quoted as --
“We are putting out the call to our membership, to object to any change in the Johnson Amendment. When you mix religion and politics, politics always wins.”
We appreciate it when our Board Members freelance for such good causes.