First off there is no such thing as a "god given" right. No one and no thing can "give" you a right. Rights are made/seized/taken by those with strength/will enough to make/seize/take them. The "divine right of kings" was "given" to those who were bloody minded and strong enough to take it. The "constitutional rights" we claim were taken by our bloody minded and violent ancestors who killed believers in the "divine right of kings". Forget that YOU must take and hold your rights at your peril because god won't be there to give you justice when YOU lose your rights.
Those damned, pot smoking pacifist hippies you denounce are actually seizing the rights you say the soldiers gave them. Many of them have willingly caught a police stick with their heads to ensure that they can say what they want to say. When was the last time you invited the "Man" to go upside your head just to prove your point.
As for whether god belongs in our government or on our money, I say no. If you need
an external invisible friend to remind you to follow the rules of your tribe, I pity you. If you have internalized the rules of acceptable behavior, by all means, bring your skills to bear but if you want me to believe in the inherent rightness of your invisible friend, pound sand.
snip... Having faith in a Supernatural being isn't a religion...its faith and they are completely different things. If one would follow your thought pattern then the Big Bang theory or Evolution shouldn't be taught in schools because that is the sanctioning of a scientific religion. ...end snip
Religion - a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny; "he lost his faith but not his morality"
An institution to express belief in a divine power; "he was raised in the Baptist religion"; "a member of his own faith contradicted him"
Theologians and astrologers can't point a big camera at the heavens and show me a snap shot of the origin of the universe. Astronomers and physicists can. Theologians and creation scientists can't hand me a series of bone shaped rocks and show me a line of critters that build on the successes of their forebears. Paleontologists, Geologists and anthropologists can. Religion/faith demand that I accept someone's say so just because it is written in an old book but without any tangible, hold it in my hand kind of proof. (No, some saint's knuckle bones in a moldy old church don't count.) Science demands that every claim be proved and that the proofs be repeatable. Trying to equate science and religion in order to defend religion is akin to pointing the finger at your buddy and saying "Drunk? I'm not a drunk. If you want a drunk, there's your drunk." The argument is emotionally satisfying but doesn't hold much water.
Not all "secular atheists" are left wing kooks. A lot of us "secular humanists" (your god has no place in my definition of myself) are more libertarian (believing in the freedom of man) than even the staunchest of your traditional right thinking "conservatives".
As the Prophet Heinlein, peace and full beer steins be upon him, reminds us, "Men rarely (if ever) manage to dream up a god superior to themselves. Most gods have the manners and morals of a spoiled child." and "One man's theology is another man's belly laugh."