I’m definitely not anti-religion, but it seems crazy to me that we give huge (as much as 100%) tax breaks to churches to run normal businesses, and they even get to make profits. Doesn’t that violate the establishment clause since it allows the government to decide what is a religion, and then based on that decision give the religions they like gross preferential treatment? Churches in this country already own radio and TV stations, newspapers, financial and securities corporations, insurance companies, restaurants, hotels, universities, water and sewer companies, banks, farms and ranches, shopping malls, and book publishers. Things like church-owned hospitals should be treated like any other charity or non-profit corporation.
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