Seems as if many folks think we have religious freedom in the USA for Christians alone. The generous include Jews. Judeo-Christian But, on page 25 of his autobiography, Thomas Jefferson said it was for "hindoos, Mahomatans, and heretics . .", also. Non-believers and atheists, to boot. My thinking, which you're free to disagree with, is that true religious freedom is a frightening thing. It is a good thing, but a frightening thing. Lots of people think it is free. Well, if they think of a cost at all, they think of soldiers and sailors dying to defend it. But, there are other costs. We have to respect heretics, hindoos, Mohmatans, atheists, Buddhists, Catholics, Mormons, Hari Krishnas, etc., etc. And not tax them, nor ourselves. Can we have a watered down, semi-religious freedom? Leaving out ugly or alien beliefs?