Can the state force a business to give discounts to atheists if the business offers discounts to people who attend church? Not if an atheist named Wolff has his way.
Wolff has filed a complaint against a restaurant that offers a 10% discount to people who bring in a church bulletin. Where has he fled it? With the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission.
Shouldn’t discounts be an issue left to the free market? Not in today’s regulated economy. The state must now decide.
Why should this be a church-state issue? Because anything can become a church-state issue in a world filled with bureaucrats and atheists who want to get their worldview shoved down the throats of Christians.
They are mot content with their right not to believe in God. They must be allowed to get in on any special benefits that Christians give to each other.
The state, whose officers share this hostility to Christians and also the private sector, makes it easy for atheists to bring law suits against Christians.
This will go on for as long as voters vote for politicians who think that the state should regulate businesses.