ACLU sues Georgia over Bible Tax exemption
Aimed at "ending discrimination against religious faiths outside the mainstream and extending the tax break to all publications that deal with issues of good and evil, right and wrong" the ACLU in Georgia has argued that a law making "Holy Scriptures" tax exempt should be extended.
We would rather make Bibles taxable than extending sales tax exempt status to every nutcase's idea of holy writ. Unfortunately the logical possibilities to this are endless. Since most human literature deals with these subjects in some form, nearly every publication would become tax exempt. We are surprised it took the ACLU this long to "discover" insidious "religious" laws in the State of Georgia that violate that "wall of separation" they so truly prize. Tax exempt status for churches must be next on the list.
See also Stop The ACLU and The Political Teen.