tends to make more sense.

Congress will not enact laws having the following purposes; to favor a particular religion, or to prohibit religious practice; to restrict free speech or the free reporting of news; to inhibit the right of people to gather together peaceably for any purpose; or to call on the Government to take corrective action in case these rights are violated.

Now then, please show me where Congress made a law that violated that recently. Also explain how it can apply to a court judge when it clearly states "Congress will not..." and not "The Government will not..." do those sort of things.

It is not language that is at fault - it is the spirit of those who read not for understanding, but for personal advantage.

I am trying to understand it, thanks to your translation it makes better sense now. I am confused by the "Congress will not..." part and how it applies to other parts of the government.