You are just stupid, only a handful of nonprofits can afford directors making that much money, most don't even have budgets that big! Most highly paid nonprofit CEOs are in the health care industry. But by law, the board of directors makes no money at all, how often does that happen in a for profit situation (never). So you just plain LIED on the first point.<quoted text>Surly you jest! The head of many non-profits make half a million to over a million dollars a year. And, Government oversight is a joke. Also, when government money is funneled through a religious charity they are bound by the separation of church and state guidelines. That's why the Catholic adoption agencies stopped taking government money, they were forced to adopt to gay couples.
You couldn't even comprehend the second point. The state does not tax the church because that would interfere with the church's sovereignty. Because the church itself is not a charitable organization, a church in the most part is a social organization. Most social organizations do not qualify for 501c3 status, but for the reason stated above the church has enjoyed the 501c3 status. A 501c3 status is one where donations to the organization are tax deductible, there are social organizations that are non for profit but don't qualify as a charity and therefore are not 501c3 organizations. The church does not have a mission like, building houses for the poor, like Habitat for Humanity does. The church may decide to offer volunteers a couple times a year for Habitat for Humanity, but that is not defined in their mission nor does it make them Habitat for Humanity and therefore the church itself is not a charity. Many churches have created charitable arms that actually provide services. Many of the charitable arms that provide services do receive money from the government and therefore have to abide by the rules of the government as in example you showed above.
Now, I'm going to drift off a point a moment. All 501c3 charitable organizations, except perhaps churches, have to limit politicking or risk losing their 501c3 status. There is not a legal exemption for churches in this matter, it however much too rarely enforced for political reasons. This is a shame because the state has decided not to interfere with the church(s) by not taxing them therefore preserving their sovereignty while the church is not offering the state the same respect by staying out of politics.