(L45) Tax Funding Schools vs. Churches: What’s The Difference?

Is a tax-supported school different in principle from a tax-supported church?

A tax funded school is no different than a tax funded church in the sense that it favors one set of ideas; the ideas of those who hand out the funds. State granted tax support creates a biased environment, under immoral standards of foundation (theft and coercion). All people are paying for these things, whether they support them (and utilize them) or not; the favoring and support of one group at the expense of another (everybody else) is wrong, immoral, and violent. A tax funded anything is comparable, if not fundamentally the same to any other tax funded organization.

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5 thoughts on “(L45) Tax Funding Schools vs. Churches: What’s The Difference?

  1. Wow, thanks! This is all pretty new to me but I have caught on quick; probably because (in my opinion at least) liberty is humanities natural inclination. We have been groomed to believe otherwise, but I think that at our core, freedom is what we all really crave.
    Politics is more of a hobby to me, but who knows where I will end up 🙂

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