I initially went on The Atlantic to find a liberal view I disagreed with. I visit the site often, and many of the comments are liberal. I did not find, however, a liberal comment that I disagreed with that was discernibly not sarcasm. I find this problem with most comments. I went, instead, to Fox News, which is mostly conservative but occasionally contains one brave liberal. I found nothing. I then went to the New York Times, and found this article on the Christmas story and the birth of Jesus Christ. In it, I found enough extreme left and extreme right comments to keep me occupied for a lifetime. I singled out this particular comment because it was one of the few comments that was more political and less religious. The comment is below.
Alas, Mr. Wehner heads Ethics and Public Policy Center, is funded in large part by the Koch brothers. It's best known member was formerly Rick Santorum, which is hardly surprising; the Center is credited with being the first to formally attack "secular humanists" in the U.S.
Mr. Wehner may be funded by the Koch brothers. Alas, most conservative organizations are. Obviously, the Koch brothers' excessive spending in politics is neither biblical or moral, but of all the big doors, they are among the least selfish. They are just have certain ideologies.
The Ethics and Public policy Center having Rick Santorum as a member is not shameful either. Santorum may be one who would spend excessive amounts on the military, but his unwise political policies do not make him a bad person. May seemingly idiotic politicians are good people with good intentions.
Furthermore, Wehner's attack on secular humanism is no different than an atheist's attack on Christianity. It is simply a religious matter. Both secular humanism and Christianity are ideologies that cannot be proven (by human means, at least) true or false.
In short, Wehner's organization is a religious/political organization. It is not perfect, but it is safe to assume that Wehner and his organization is beneficial, at the least presenting ideologies that others ignore.