Here's the list.
Most of the items on the list would come as "entitlements" in what some of you call "a Christian country." They are, generally, markedly unfair in a democracy/republic and a people who consider themselves to be fair to all.
I grew up as a practicing Christian and am now a cultural Christian whose spiritual life is spent elsewhere. I respect the best of the Christians, but loathe what the right wing of the religion has done to our sense of equality, fairness and understanding with its closed-door approach. That is generally true of any right wing of any religion (though I don't much think the Buddhists have a left or right, just good sense, compassion, understanding and all the things Christians claim, but don't practice).
Read Sam's list and see if there's anything on it you don't recognize. Is there any part of it you'd like to see changed? Look at it as a Jew or a Moslem might and think how far outside the stream of American life you are made to feel. Is that what we mean when we say, "I am an American and I love my country?"
It's not what I mean.