In another five to four ruling, the Roberts Court handed a victory to Bush's faith-based initiatives program. The court ruled that ordinary taxpayers may not challenge the constitutionality of White House efforts to help religious groups obtain government funding for their ostensible social programs.
Well, ordinary taxpayers are the owners of the government aren't they. They are supposed to be the government. "A government of, by, and for the people" (ordinary taxpayers) is the expression isn't it. How can they not have the right to challenge the White House on a constitutional issue? You see here the power elite at work. This is a government of, by, and for the rich. Everyone knows it. It always has been. It has always worked to dupe the ordinary person. It hasn't worked. The people are waking up.
As for the Bush faith-based initiatives, we written at length about them in There Is No Such Thing as a Conservative-Republican Christian: Jesus is a small-c communist.
It is definitely the US government establishing religion. The Bush administration definitely favors so-called conservative-Christian denominations and churches, so it is the establishment of the so-called conservative-Christian religion. The recipients of the social services are a captive audience for religious surroundings. That is a form of proselytizing and evangelizing by the US government.
The Real Liberal Christian Church is for religion, obviously. We are against the separation of Church and state, since we believe that the real Church is the real state. However, the US Constitution is a false document, since it set up an ultimate impossibility. That's why it is headed toward utter failure.