Why did the Founders not mention money, that is, the government's use of taxes to support religious organizations? The answer is simple and important. First, because religious bodies, exemplified by the Vatican, derived their income directly from their members, collected their own funds, and were often quite wealthy.
The Marxian credo, "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs," is the moral foundation of the progressive tax policies of modern capitalist societies. The psychiatric credo, "From each producer according to his income, to each psychiatric parasite according to his cunning," amplifies that creed and garbs it in the mantle of therapy.
Libertarians univocally assert that the prohibition against initiating violence is a cardinal principle of libertarianism. The peasant in Colombia who grows coca is not initiating violence. The politician in the District of Columbia who enacts laws authorizing the use of military aircraft to bomb and destroy the peasant's crop does.
The posthumous diagnosis of suicide as mental illness is the ritual degradation ceremony of our therapeutic age, much as the posthumous burning of the heretic’s corpse was the ritual degradation ceremony of an earlier theological age.